Koodo/Balackberry

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How come Koodo is now only selling the Q5 Blackberry and no others?
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david muenzel

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Posted 4 years ago

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Chad Burr, Mobile Master

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They did sell the Z10 and Q10 but the demand really wasn't there and then devices were overpriced.

Sent from my Koodo Z10
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I disagree. The new BlackBerry OS is very easy to use, the specs are in line with current offerings for a midrange device. And as it evolves it's becoming more and more social. It's extremely efficient as a communication tool because it doesn't get in my way
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When it takes an everyday phone user 5 minutes to figure out how to navigate a phone, then that phone was poorly designed.
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It's a new os. You'll need to spend some time with any new device to learn to operate it efficiently.

Just because I drive my truck efficiently doesn't mean I can get behind the wheel of another truck and be just as efficient out of the box.
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Hell, I always say it takes about a month to really get used to a new phone/OS.
Someone dealing with iOS for 3 years, who switches to Android isn't going to get everything in 5 minutes alone(Nobody will), it takes time to learn the quirks, ins/outs, etc.

I've just never liked BlackBerry phones. I don't find them appealing, actually I find lots of them to be quite ugly(especially ones with physical keyboards). Call me biased, but I'm Android all the way
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RedMage, have you used a BlackBerry 10 device? If so, how long

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