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  Reply # 1156108 16-Oct-2014 14:00
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Blend

This is what is coming to BlackBerry 10. All your work securely on your desktop, laptop, tablet, running Windows, iOS or Android 4.4 and up.


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  Reply # 1156163 16-Oct-2014 14:55
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  Reply # 1156641 17-Oct-2014 10:22
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Posted this on the other thread, as comparison. Will put through it's paces accordingly ...



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  Reply # 1157286 18-Oct-2014 08:27
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GSM Arena seems to love it.



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  Reply # 1158168 20-Oct-2014 06:13
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Battery life on this thing is 'amazing' .. and Blend is underrated managing files remotely ...


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  Reply # 1179526 19-Nov-2014 13:49
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The battery life on that Passport is insane dude!!

I've just had confirmation that Spark will retail the BlackBerry Classic so I'm pretty excited. I'll be upgrading from my Z10 to the Classic next month.

I would still prefer the Passport but the Classic will do me for now.

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  Reply # 1179544 19-Nov-2014 14:02
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JayBravo: The battery life on that Passport is insane dude!!

I've just had confirmation that Spark will retail the BlackBerry Classic so I'm pretty excited. I'll be upgrading from my Z10 to the Classic next month.

I would still prefer the Passport but the Classic will do me for now.


If you like the classic, what about the Q10? These seem to be very cheap these days. Harvey Normal in Oz has them for AU$129 a few days ago




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  Reply # 1179546 19-Nov-2014 14:03
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Looks like PBTech have the Passport available for order online: http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=MPHBBY0008




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  Reply # 1179637 19-Nov-2014 15:30
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JayBravo: The battery life on that Passport is insane dude!!

I've just had confirmation that Spark will retail the BlackBerry Classic so I'm pretty excited. I'll be upgrading from my Z10 to the Classic next month.

I would still prefer the Passport but the Classic will do me for now.


Yeah

It gets better too!



As you see, it is my main device, and it certainly is not in the drawer.

It gets hammered, hard!


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  Reply # 1241433 18-Feb-2015 10:59
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Vodafone NZ have just launched the BlackBerry Classic today. $649.00. I'll be upgrdaing from my Z10 very shortly. Yeehaaa!!!!



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  Reply # 1241470 18-Feb-2015 11:35
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Cool, I contemplated on it, but ... looking at the trackpad not lighting up, sorta dulls my mood. On another hand, I might just bite the bullet and get it.

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