International Business Times… *Face-palm*

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Reading through the daily BlackBerry news, we often run across articles that are what I like to call ‘troll posts’. posts getting information totally wrong, seemingly on purpose, to somehow point out some sort of imagined deficiency in BB10. Now we are also seeing more and more positive articles about BB10 as well. It’s not often that we see both in the same article. International Business Times broke the mold today.

BlackBerry Still Has It With It’s New BlackBerry Z3” Great title right? Looks wonderful until you read the first line. “BlackBerry may not be sellable to new smartphone users, but there are still a lot of loyal  BlackBerry users who are waiting for a good upgrade.” *sigh*

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The article talks about how the Z30 “lacks the apps” that would be necessary to compete with phones such as the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy phones. Then a few paragraphs later, speaks about how the Z3 can run android apps. Someone has apparently not touched a BlackBerry 10 device in a very long while.

They did quote CrackBerry for their Z3 information though, which was nearly all good except for  “According to CrackBerry, the bad things about Z3 is the crappy camera” Hmm… I wasn’t aware ‘crappy’ was an acceptable word for reviews nowadays. Thanks Grim, see what you’ve done? All that Crapple Bashing and now everyone thinks they can get away with it!

Brad

BlackBerry Elite Founder & Owner of UTB Blogs and UTB Geek. When I'm not talking or writing about BlackBerry, you'll find me using my BlackBerry.

  • nnik

    It would seem that review was done by a child, not a very bright one at that either if they’re using CrackBerry for reference

  • nnik

    It would seem that review was done by a child, not a very bright one at that either if they’re using CrackBerry for reference

  • Blackjack

    Right, the only people who could possibly tolerate a new blackberry are the loyal idiots who never gave up their old ones…..is that what they are trying to say?

  • Anthony

    The article is primarily ridiculous because it uses CrackBerry as a reference. locco_smiley_12

    “BlackBerry may not be sellable to new smartphone users…” could be a statement about consumers being sheep.

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