BLACKBERRY Z10, Review by Satish Kumar, XI Std, Pon Vidyashram, Valasaravakkam, Chennai
Posted on: April 26, 2013.

Author: Satish Kumar, XI Std, Pon Vidyashram, Valasaravakkam, Chennai

Famous Business Smartphone makers at last have used their trump card to bring back their lost sheen against their strong growing rivals Samsung and Apple. The company’s shares went down drastically over last few years and losing billions out of their profit margin, but their back up plans seem to sneak up in right time. What surprises me is the fact that Research in Motion, Canada have finally changed over to the virtual QWERTY keypad, not to mention best out in the market that can simultaneously recognize  up to 3 different languages, over their long saga of physical keyboard. The phone comes in power packed with 4.2 inch fully functional touch screen, 1.5Ghz Dual-core processor, 2GB RAM, along with most awaited Blackberry OS 10 loaded with innovative features like BB Flow, BB Peak, Time Shift, Share Screen and Dual profile modes that has brought in the much needed hype that seems to be working on their customers to try this one. It has an 8MP rear and 2MP front facing camera with LED flash and commendable software that backs it up perfectly to add that hint of rejuvenation that has been lacking over a long time. “Blackberry Hub” new message integration system that keeps track of all your BBM, emails, messages, and every other notification at one place including your missed call alerts, apps alerts, etc. without any need to switch screens.  Not just its hardware and software that Z10 has improvised over it’s predecessors but also with the package that brings in much needed cool accessories that includes an U-shaped Bluetooth 4.0 speaker along with battery charger bundle and many exciting seriously hot phone back covers. Different views over the product have brought in mixed feelings about the ease of use from consumer’s point of view. Phone’s battery hardly lasts a day on moderate usage (now got it why there was a battery charger bundle), bugs here and there in the user interface and priced at about $200, would be a tough bargain to change sides. Overall, company’s plot works as planned but it would be still a long wait before the phone is available in Indian markets.



Review by Satish Kumar, a student from Pon Vidyashram, Valasaravakkam, Chennai.

I am Satish Kumar, XI Std, studying in Pon Vidyashram, Valasaravakkam, Chennai.



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