"BlackBerry Z10 - A blend of functional new features!"4.5 starson by DanBouSev
Pros: Amazed by the blend of the BB HUB and BB FLOW.
Exhangeable Battery with Strong Specs!
Security is a must, now days.
Keyboard is a time saver! so are gestures!
Browsing is amazingly fast! I love the reader feature
BlackBerry Messenger with Video!
Cons: Learning curve (it took quicker than I thought ... though)
Apps limited for now however 70K available at lunch is a good start
A bit larger than expected.
Summary: For an enterprise user with less time/desire to play games (than most of my coworkers:) the Z10 is just perfect. The blend of features called HUB and FLOW is what some users like me would say: "its where I spend 90 percent of the time". The blend HUB/FLOW has all my communication tools (corporate/BIS email, BBMessenger, and social media apps (Facebook,Tweeter - for me) in one place and easy to move around without the need to go the grid app screen. At times I forget about the rest of applications I downloaded and sitting on the grid app screen(s).
Corporate users will find the BlackBerry Balance a very useful tool. Switching from work to personal and viceversa helps me to focus/set my mind in one place.
BBM is getting more powerful and refined. BBM video was a feature I was waiting for long long time, BlackBerry made a good decision on releasing BBM video on BlackBerry 10 devices only (it would've been a disaster if BBM video had released with BBOS 7.0 i.e). BlackBerry refined BlackBerry ID for what I can see, great improvement!
I found an improved functionality when using my calendar; I will need to explore more as I believe the new features will help me organize meetings a lot quicker if used with the new feature called BlackBerry "Reminder" or "Remember" (I don't even remember how it's called lol)
The browsing experience is a 1000 yr leap from previous BlackBerry devices; three simple words describe my experience: "Thank you BlackBerry". Here is where I found the "Reader" feature so helpful.
Available apps continue to be the weakest link for BlackBerry however 70K available at launch date isn't bad at all.
Learning curve seems to be average, not a major concern.