Pros: Camera quality is excellent of picture results. Great interface with apps of quality. Wonderful headphones with bass stereo -- quality sound Great keyboard with good t9 that corrects mispelled words instantly and learns from your speech.
Cons: Camera couldn't handle moving objects too well. The power button could be easier to press to turn on. Battery life could be improved. Not able to turn off T9 when using slang during chat. MicroSD card required when using Blackberry Link
Summary: I bought this thinking I was getting a fully GSM device. The phone came with a Verizon logo. I can't use MMS because I can't even change the APN in the phone. I even went to the engineering screen to input the details and it doesn't allow it. I wish the description had indicated all this and that it's from Verizon, I can't even get 3g so no streaming unless I'm in wifi.
Excerpt: I have never owned a blackberry before, i never liked the keyboard. have looked at the torch and the storm.. but reviews put me off. i owned 2 iphones a 4 and a 4s have been watching blackberry since the z10 came out. the ups and the downs, i have played with a few andriod. i even bought an adroid tab.. what a mess that os is.. i took it back i could not stand it anymore..well looking on ebay i found a cheap z10 so i took the risk.. wow.. this phone is fantastic...
Pros: The phone is very intuitive, and snappy (fast). its still a new OS for many and it is worth trying, it wont hurt. the OS makes you more productive, and can get things done faster, it only takes time (about a week) to get used to the os (just like any other new stuff).
Cons: Battery life, but it is to be expected since once you get hooked on the phone you wont let it go and the battery will die fast.... just like any other phone that makes you addicted to it.
Excerpt: There's a lot to be expected from BlackBerry's new OS, but some things are yet to be delivered, it works great as of now and for BB's legacy, it lives up to its name, but not fully, the battery is what mostly deceives me the most as I need to charge it up every single day whereas with my old phone it could handle about 2 or 3 days The OS is still being improved through updates, so let's see if it manages to complete the already great OS with all the lacking features.
Pros: Nice screen size, durable, replaceable battery, time shift camera, flick typing with very good word/thought prediction, Neutron HiFi music player, speakerphone, blinking notification light, improved browser, decent browser, and Hub is a good concept.
Cons: Desktop software, clunky OS and keyboard, battery life, apps, visual voicemail, lock screen notifications, auto dials, music player, unlocking, cutting and pasting, jittery videos, no docking cradles, micro-USB, alarm clock, and cheap materials.