I'm all about the full screen. Love that extra real estate for browsing, ect.
I am extremely surprised with the results actually... dead even...
I like the BB Blade concept except I would like to see a concept that's realistic. U can't have a phone that thin, have a battery a radio, autofocus; etc etc etc...
Something tells me that BlackBerry users would like to see the BlackBerry 10 #BB10 device with a physical keyboard, possibly more favourable in the bar form, vs a slider form.
That's my observation at the current moment, but then again, that can all change within days, or even weeks.
I'd be perfectly happy with BB10 on my Bold just the way it is! Having a larger screen (which I do miss about my old 9850!) would be cool in a slider 9810 form, but again.....ill take BB10 any which way they want to give it to me! I just want it NOW!
BB then, now, forever!
Woah.. Too close.. But it seems the Physical Keyboard is at first now..
Excited to see which one is best for all BB users in the following days..
And who wouldn't want a mini laptop?
So, a BB Bold 10!!! (Physical Keyboard)
There's no reason why RIM can't make an attachable keyboard that runs on Bluetooth or NFC. They can make 2-3 form factors and let attachments, customization, and innovation step forward to expand upon a truly diverse platform.
Full touchscreen. Slider. Attachable keyboards of any BB style. Boom.
What I really like about this poll is that there are clearly more people likin the new BlackBerry 10 touch experience that's been demoed. I'm sure that had this been polled before BlackBerry World, there would be less full-touch voters.
John Reid and welcome to community!
I agree with you on that. Even before the BlackBerry World, most of BB users I know are definitely hooked with the keyboard to which BlackBerry is really famous. However, it is still nice to see that RIM is taking another step by having a full touch device to be the first ever BB10 smartphone. Keep it up!
I don't think RIM has a choice but to release a full touch device first. Otherwise, how are they going to swing back the millions of lost subscribers that went way of the full touch Android and iOS devices. This was a good move on their part as the average smartphone consumer wants a touch screen device.
Last edited by ghostryder; 05-24-2012 at 11:06 PM.
Keyboard. Big screens needs more power. More power means a low battery life.