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Old 02-01-2010, 07:32 PM   #21 (permalink)
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This is what I would love to see on the next glas ship phone...

5mgp camera...
same keyboard...
bigger screen...
1ghz processor...
touch screen...
bigger battery...
I would like to see these spec and feature on the BB phone

5mp carl ziess lens with xenon flash
2.8 size screen
1ghz processor
Bigger keys
16 gb internal memory and 32 gb memory card slot
Battery 1500mah
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Old 02-01-2010, 07:53 PM   #22 (permalink)
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The next BB I want top notch features

5mp camera carl ziess lens xenon flash
1ghz processor
16 gb internal memory 32 gb memory card slot
Bigger keys
2.8 screen
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Old 02-01-2010, 08:38 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Maybe it will be a tablet PC.. like BBPad??

I'm sorry I just had to haha.

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Old 02-02-2010, 06:23 AM   #24 (permalink)
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the next flagship berry will simply be a very minor variation of what is already available... nothing new, nothing revolutionary, nothing to get excited over... RIM is a dinosaur... they have yet to show proof that they are pushing the envelope or developing anything competitive... Android, iPhone and WebOS are all slowly leaving BB OS in the dust...
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the next flagship berry will simply be a very minor variation of what is already available... nothing new, nothing revolutionary, nothing to get excited over... RIM is a dinosaur... they have yet to show proof that they are pushing the envelope or developing anything competitive... Android, iPhone and WebOS are all slowly leaving BB OS in the dust...
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I hope they start making edible BlackBerrys.
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Old 02-02-2010, 10:21 AM   #29 (permalink)
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the next flagship berry will simply be a very minor variation of what is already available... nothing new, nothing revolutionary, nothing to get excited over... RIM is a dinosaur... they have yet to show proof that they are pushing the envelope or developing anything competitive... Android, iPhone and WebOS are all slowly leaving BB OS in the dust...
There are times when this board needs more smilies, in this case the facepalm one seems like it would be ideal as another sheep parrots the ongoing internet meme that blackberry is doomed.

If blackberry is so bad how about giving specific examples of what they need to change and why they can't do so in an evolutionary manner. Clearly the browser needs to improve, but we already know thats happening, 3rd party app support needs to be better, but that is steadily getting better.

What else is screwed on their OS, obviously they destroy their competitors when it comes to security and other business-related features, voice quality and performance are up there with the best handsets (which isn't iphone, android or palm), its messaging, IM, social networking are all very good and its multimedia support continues to improve, so how exactly are they a dinosaur?
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Old 02-02-2010, 10:29 AM   #30 (permalink)
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With the way blackberry works with various carriers you don't really have a flagship product, for most it would be the 9700, but I doubt VZW would agree with you, so maybe the question should be about premium products rather than flagship ones and in the shortterm the first of those we will see are the next Tour and the Stratus. The next Bold-class product isn't likely to show up before the end of this year or rather in time for the holidays that is.
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That "Idiot" comment was just some troll trying to elicit a responce, prolly an Apple fanboi
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A 1mhz processor and 5MP would be nice. Needed? Prob not, but it would be good to shut those "haters" up.

If anything is needed...it is the web browser. Definately need to do something about that. And i'll say it....memory. Yes they just bumped it up, and its good for NOW. But wait till new things start coming out, i'm pretty sure this 256mb of flash memory is going to end up being nothing (126mb really).
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A 1mhz processor and 5MP would be nice. Needed? Prob not, but it would be good to shut those "haters" up.
As if it would shut them up, they'll just stick to the same tired old drivel that the Blackberry OS needs to be totally replaced and is broken now when the reality is far from that.
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:20 AM   #34 (permalink)
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:27 AM   #35 (permalink)
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ha ha ha... doesn't that run on Mobitex?
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Two different networks.. 950 ran on Mobitext. 850 ran on DataTac.
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unbelievable how many on this board can't take a bit of criticism when it comes to their beloved blackberries... my comment was meant to elicit a response... but obviously many think RIM doesn't need to change a thing... BBs are great devices, I love mine... but let's not be ignorant to progress...
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Don't be a schmuck. Everyone is entitled to their opinion.
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Old 02-04-2010, 01:17 PM   #40 (permalink)
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Yep - that's me.
So people made fun of a rambling post. And yet another "what I want to see" post. Big deal
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