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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎02-12-2013
My Device: Z10, bold
My Carrier: rogers

New Z10

In the past the two features that set blackberry devices apart was push email and device based e-mail. The major attraction for these devices in my opinion was the fact that e-mail was completely secure, only the handheld phone received your blackberry email and the email was not available through any website. The new blackberry Z10 no longer accepts blackberry.net email addresses, blackberry email must be forwarded to another web based email account registered to the phone. This makes the Z10 no different to any other phone available, the separation of enterprise email and private is interesting but the loss of secure email is huge. The Z10 is neither slick, fun or intuitive in my estimation now you have nothing. Good luck with the come back, out of touch again.