10-14-2012 07:42 PM - edited 10-14-2012 07:57 PM
My very old Sony Z5 (from the pre smart phone era) had a very cool feature. Two clocks with each an adjustable time zone. So let's say that I'm travelling from Amsterdam (GMT +1) to Lisbon (GMT +0) which I actually do regularly I leave one clock on Amsterdam time and set the other clock to Lisbon time. As soon as I get out of the plane I just swap clocks. When I travel to my brother in the US I set one clock to NY time. The Sony always showed both clocks. That way you don't accidentally wake up your spouse in Holland. You can show a second clock on the Blackberry by
Just a pity that you can't swap both clocks. Could you please add that feature RIM? The Japanese got it right the first time. So forget about switching time zones, this works very well and you don't have to do the math.
What would be even better is if the source of the time zone would not be limited to the network provider time (which is
not relayed here in Portugal) but also would use the GPS data to switch clocks!