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Teardown: BlackBerry Z10

Posted: 13 Feb 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Blackberry 10  smartphone  baseband  LTE  GPU 

The screen is also quite vibrant. In terms of the visual to the human eye, it is very competitive with the Samsung Galaxy S3's Super AMOLED screen and Apple iPhone 5's Retina display. Overall the BB10 OS flows very well. I experienced no bugs from the first update (which is a marked improvement from the day I booted up my Playbook for the first time) and BB Hub, BlackBerry's all-encompassing message manager, actually does simplify all messaging on the handset. It just takes some time to get used to the deluge of information that initially might seem overwhelming.

Truthfully, however, there is one noticeable drawback. Nothing in particular stands out as innovative about this handset. Mind you, one can point to Apple and Samsung and state that innovation there has been replaced with iterative improvement design. But the problem in that comparison is that both Samsung and Apple have had months of advance sales on their latest offerings and a huge library of applications from which they are able to build leverage from.

BlackBerry Z10 teardown

The replaceable battery is a nice change from the route other handset designers have taken.

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