That's according to the results from our latest poll. Out of the three options we gave when asking 'Which keyboard do you use the most on your Priv?' a grand total of 34.72% (987 votes) said they use a balance of both the physical and virtual keyboards but those strictly physical keyboard users were not exactly far behind either.
One of the key selling points of the Priv is that it offers the best of both worlds when it comes to the keyboard. You can choose the on-screen virtual keyboard if that's how you roll, or you can slide the device open and just pound away on that awesome physical keyboard if you wish. But which do you use the most?
When the Priv was announced as having a dual-curved edge display, one key question that kept on coming up was whether or not the edge would be put to use. As it turns out, BlackBerry did find some great uses for it by way of the Productivity Tab but is anyone actually using the feature? Let us know if you are.
The pre-orders for the Priv by BlackBerry are well underway through various outlets such as Rogers, Carphone Warehouse, Shop BlackBerry and more. With shipments rolling out on November 6, 2015 and like every BlackBerry device before it, we're rather curious as to how many of you all out there have already jumped into the foray and placed your order for one.
Now that it has been a few days and folks have mostly gotten over the initial shock of not only the Priv by BlackBerry name but also the fact that BlackBerry will officially be releasing an Android-powered handset, I wanted to go ahead and sort of revisit a question we raised previously.
Team BlackBerry member @Pootermobile has rendered up the BlackBerry Slider in a string of color variations. This brings up an interesting scenario for the community to discuss regarding possible color variations for the Slider after its initial release.
Now that there is essentially three different versions of the BlackBerry Passport available for purchase, excluding the color variations which increases that number even further, we figured we should ask which version is preferred amongst our readers. Perhaps you bought the original version but now really, really want the Silver Edition or perhaps, you picked up the AT&T version...
Last week we ran a poll where we asked "Where do you go first to look for apps? BlackBerry World or an Android store?" To be honest I was expecting the results to be an even mix for various reasons, but how wrong I was, as you'll see below. Roaring into the lead with nearly 83% of the votes was BlackBerry World. Considering all the fuss that was made by us BlackBerry 10 users prior...