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I'm considering the Z30.

 

Robert

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If its tri-band, I'll consider it.

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ill snag the z30 even if it isn't tri-band.  I'm tired of IOS and androids games..i need something with real security baked into the OS..:)

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Any BlackBerry is a Canadian device.  So, remember, you do not have the "zee-30."  You have the "zed-30."

 

AJ

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Any BlackBerry is a Canadian device. So, remember, you do not have the "zee-30." You have the "zed-30."

 

AJ

What colour is it?

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Count me in for when it comes out.

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What colour is it?

I get the humour in your post. ;)

 

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most likely black only

Crackberry had a hands on with a white one.

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Given the instability with BlackBerry, grab one while you can. It's unfortunate, but I think BB10 is an example of a good product moving to the market too late. I think BlackBerry can do better as an enterprise focused company like IBM.

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Here are some Specs from Negri Electronics which will be selling the unlocked version, they are in Las Vegas, NV.

 

http://negrielectronics.com/blackberry-z30-unlocked-black.html#.Ukc-cGbD-Hs

 

You notice what the 4G LTE frequencies say?

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Here are some Specs from Negri Electronics which will be selling the unlocked version, they are in Las Vegas, NV.

 

http://negrielectronics.com/blackberry-z30-unlocked-black.html#.Ukc-cGbD-Hs

 

You notice what the 4G LTE frequencies say?

 

1800 = band 2, 2600 = band 7 FDD-LTE.

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I'm just saying that Sprint's version maybe not so far off. The frequencies they can get, and that BlackBerry did sign a license deal for LTE-Advance on there phones for which the Z30 would be the 1st from them to use it.

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1800 = band 2, 2600 = band 7 FDD-LTE.

 

No, LTE 1900 is band 2.  LTE 1800 is band 3.

 

AJ

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What colour is it?

Haha.

I figured more people would get this.

 

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The BlackBerry Z30 passed through the FCC OET today.  It is multi band LTE.  But for Sprint, only band 25 LTE 1900 is relevant.

 

https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=127531&fcc_id=L6ARGB140LW

 

AJ

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works for me. my area is lucky to have 3g much less any kind of workable 4g..:)  As long as it has good rf performance i'm snagging one..:)  SVLTE is more important to me than triband 4g..:)

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the only fly in this ointment for me is can i integrate the phone into my google apps..if it works as well as my frankenphone it's a keeper if not i'll have to find another android device..:(

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the only fly in this ointment for me is can i integrate the phone into my google apps..if it works as well as my frankenphone it's a keeper if not i'll have to find another android device.. :(

Do you mean Google apps for Business? Because they still use EAS unlike regular gmail.

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According to what I've seen so far eas is natively supported in bb10...yes I do use apps for business

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I have included some ERP/EIRP figures in the comments following the Z30 article.  Power output does not look as solid as in previous, more traditional BlackBerry handsets.

 

AJ

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