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one strong point of BB is enterprise or business consumer, and i think they do it well
 
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one strong point of BB is enterprise or business consumer, and i think they do it well
Yes agreed. Enterprise and Business is BBRY's strength. It's BES setup is the best in the industry. BES12 continues the tradition of being the best.

BES12 doesn't just secure and manage smart phones, it can secure and manage any Electronic Device thats capable of connecting to a network. That's huge.
If your HDTV connects to your network, it can be managed and controlled/secured by BES12. For example.

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BlackBerry knows they can't directly compete with Apple nor can they match Apple's massive marketing strengths.
So they will concentrate on what they do best, that's secure business and enterprise communications.
This will get there name out and make people understand that BBRY is well alive and kicking with high end, out of the box innovation (BBRY Passport - Beautiful Device, Classic etc.,)
While BBRY concentrates on its Enterprise Strengths, they silently increase BB10 device market share in the Consumer Space too. Emerging Markets, Europe, Asia etc., BBRY have increased sales and BB10 device shipments over 11%.
I've always rooted for the underdog, such as AMD and ATI for example, for those that know me on TechPowerUp.
And those that know me understand the industry needs "COMPETITION".
 
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Caught on camera: 9Wants to Know exposes 'iScheme'
http://www.9news.com/story/news/investigations/2014/04/24/9wtk-iphone-scheme/8093499/
Apple under scrutiny in Canada for its contracts with carriers
http://www.cnet.com/news/apples-contracts-with-wireless-carriers-under-scrutiny-in-canada/
Apple's magical rip off formula discovered
http://m.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/1600268/apple-magical-rip-formula-discovered
Here are the Things Apple Totally Ripped off from Competitors for iOS 7
http://blog.inner-active.com/2013/0...otally-ripped-off-from-competitors-for-ios-7/
Apple is ripping off Aussie customers like me
http://mobile.news.com.au/opinion/a...ts-totally-legal/story-fnfhswl8-1226576470765

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Trade in an iPhone for a BlackBerry Passport and get up to $550
http://www.cnet.com/news/trade-in-your-iphone-for-a-blackberry-passport-and-get-up-to-550/
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/blackberry-black-friday-discount-trade-up,28120.html


BlackBerry® Trade Up
https://tradeup.blackberry.com/en/ca/web/passport.html

All thanks to a strategic partnership. This should bold well for BlackBerry and there superior BB10 OS and highly innovative hardware.


BlackBerry to Announce Third Quarter Fiscal 2015 Results on Friday, December 19th, 2014
http://press.blackberry.com/financi...hird-quarter-fiscal-2015-results-on-frid.html

Five things to know about the BlackBerry Classic launching Wednesday
http://m.theglobeandmail.com/techno...ing-wednesday/article22109361/?service=mobile


BlackBerry 10 full touch code names RIO.
http://www.technobuffalo.com/2014/1...to-be-planning-high-end-rio-handset-for-2015/

BlackBerry Z30 Given Good Design Award for 2014
http://n4bb.com/blackberry-z30-given-good-design-award-2014/


BlackBerry RIO being tested
http://n4bb.com/n4bb-live-blackberry-rio-specs-classic-launch-bbm/
 
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Unless you work for RIM I just don't get your motivation/angle/love with regard to these products. You are apparently the only one here who cares about anything re. Blackberry anymore. And for good reason.
 
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Unless you work for RIM I just don't get your motivation/angle/love with regard to these products. You are apparently the only one here who cares about anything re. Blackberry anymore. And for good reason.
You do realize this is a club house right? You should pick up a BB10 smart phone and actually use it. Then you will understand how great the OS is.

I'm reporting on new products and services.
 
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BlackBerry CEO confirms Passport sequel, will also unveil concept device at Mobile World Congress
http://mobilesyrup.com/2014/09/26/b...veil-concept-device-at-mobile-world-congress/
Octa-core BlackBerry reportedly in the works for 2015
http://www.cnet.com/news/octa-core-blackberry-reportedly-in-the-works-for-2015/
Updated: 64-Bit BlackBerry All Touch Manitoba Specifications
http://berryflow.com/2014/06/rumor-...ouch-manitoba-slated-for-calendar-q4-release/


QUOTE:
***Updated Spec Listing:***
5.2 “Full HD display, MSM 8994 CPU 64bit, 4GB RAM, 3000mAh or 3300mAh battery.

The chip MSM 8994 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810. It will be released Q4 2014. It is a 64bit Octa-Core 2.5 GHz with an Adreno 430 GPU, this supports display resolutions of up to 2160p and also play video material in 4K UHD resolution. The integrated memory controller can handle LPDDR4 memory with effectively up to 3.2 GHz.

Manitoba will be released in Q3 2015 with OS10.4. Only with the new OS10.4 64-bit support is given.

OS 10.3.2 is to be rolled out in March 2015.


Images:

http://cdn2.ubergizmo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Slider_pic2.jpg
http://crackberry.com/sites/crackbe...ges/2014/09/BBRY_Patent_Top.png?itok=WoOEZUe6
http://blackberryczech.cz/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/BB-Visa-Patent3.png


 
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John Chen increases his BlackBerry turnaround odds to 99 percent
http://www.bloomberg.com/video/blac...-strategy-outlook-HCRr5rqhR7WtZifDhYu50A.html

An excellent Interview with CEO John Chen of BlackBerry. (Link Above) New highly innovative devices coming in 2015.

Chen and his team have pretty much kept all of their promises. They've slashed spending and brought the company to essentially break even. He said quite clearly on today's call that they are done with the bulk of the operating expense restructuring. They are turning their attention to distribution now. Distribution means more channels selling BES and more stores carrying the hardware. Distribution equals growth.
http://crackberry.com/blackberry-q3-results-show-progress-towards-sustainable-profitability
 
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I'm not a fan of the Tool Belt, but I understand why BBRY came out with such a device. I have to admit, the Classic looks very clean.
This should get many BOLD users onto the BB10 platform. And those that like the physical QWERTY style keyboard.
If I had a choice between the Q10 and the Classic, I would go with the Classic only because it has a larger screen. At this time, by Q5 is serving me quite well. My replacement will be BBRY's next full touch device.
 
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I'm not a fan of the Tool Belt, but I understand why BBRY came out with such a device. I have to admit, the Classic looks very clean.
This should get many BOLD users onto the BB10 platform. And those that like the physical QWERTY style keyboard.
If I had a choice between the Q10 and the Classic, I would go with the Classic only because it has a larger screen. At this time, by Q5 is serving me quite well. My replacement will be BBRY's next full touch device.
The price needs to come down; I will probably get it on ebay in a few months. I'm a fan of the tool belt, it means I can use my smartphone with one hand.
 
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You can already use the Q10 with one hand quite successfully. Same with the Z10. But I can see the tool belt making it easier such as for short cuts.

I'm sure there will be some sort of promotion one day for the Classic, where you can get it brand new.
 
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This is probably a Concept Device. Not the version showed at the Mobile World Congress 2015.


Here's the two shown at Mobile World Congress 2015


The Screen on the Black Slider was covered by something so we cannot see a clear view of the upgraded BB10 OS. Curious on what John Chen said in a statement. He said this slider has unique hardware innovations, but to also expect unique OS innovations too.


The Rumoured Specifications of this Slider Device by a reliable Source:
While the specs of the device weren’t offially announced, we are informed of the following unconfirmed details:

 
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This is probably a Concept Device. Not the version showed at the Mobile World Congress 2015.


Here's the two shown at Mobile World Congress 2015


The Screen on the Black Slider was covered by something so we cannot see a clear view of the upgraded BB10 OS. Curious on what John Chen said in a statement. He said this slider has unique hardware innovations, but to also expect unique OS innovations too.


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looks nice, but from the previous design that used by other brands usually for long term the flexible cables easy to wear out
 
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looks nice, but from the previous design that used by other brands usually for long term the flexible cables easy to wear out
Interesting. Never new previous old BlackBerry Torch models used cables.

All I know is this Slider concept was built from the ground up, and it seems may use a different method/mechanism versus previous generations of sliders.

Based on John Chen's comments, this New Slider is going to have unique Hardware Innovations among some Software Innovations announced.
Can't Wait.
 
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Here's another picture of the 2015 BlackBerry 10 based Slider running BB10.3.1


I found out why the screen looks drowned out in white. Apparently Super AMOLED screens do this on video, depending on the angle. The only colour I can see is a bit of BLUE via the BlackBerry Assistant. Number 5. Hummm.
 
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BlackBerry Leap.
Some may question the devices actual Specifications, but the hardware build quality is top Notch and the price just right for a Full Touch Low/Mid range device.
USA Price = $275
Canada Price = $349 - Due to the Exchange Rate of course. A great device that comes pre-loaded with the Amazon App Store & BlackBerry World Apps. Both Android/BB10 apps to choose from. A good device to try out the great BB10 OS.





http://crackberry.com/blackberry-leap-apps
http://n4bb.com/5-facts-blackberry-leaps-app-selection/
 
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They need to name this high end Full Touch Slider something interesting. Hopefully they do not use the name Torch or any of the older BBRY names. I would name it the BlackBerry Glide perhaps. Can't wait to see this thing. :D

BlackBerry 10 Slider: This Year’s High-End All-Touch Device
Quote: we went over these rumored internals and even confirmed it will have an octa-core processor. It’s very possible the Slider could also have a 2K/QuadHD display, a touch-sensitive keyboard, and a few other surprises. Add to that the beautiful design of the curved glass, which we’re told has a purpose and isn’t just for show, and we may be looking at the most innovative device of 2015. No other touch-only device will come close to that.
http://n4bb.com/blackberry-slider-years-high-end-touch-device/
 
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Nice looking phone but they would have been better off making this form factor a FULL TOUCH. I can see the reason to cater to a Niche physical keyboard fan base, but 99.9% of consumers and business people prefer Full Touch High End.

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