Funnyman Ramon Bautista calling the brand-spankin' new BlackBerry Q10 pogi isn't without basis. Sure, it's just an inanimate object, but we deem it worthy of the sentiment: This bad boy is indeed pogi, and we ain't just talking about the looks.
But, as we've learned from our play time with it, the newest flagship from BlackBerry's brood isn't just a looker; it also has the goods to make it the professional dude's smartphone of choice. And by that we mean it has the features, hardware, and tools the working man would find useful.
Fellas, we give you six simple reasons why the Q10 could be the mobile BFF of our Pro bros:
1. It has that angas facade and feel while looking all sleek and shiny
We've been babbling about this, so we'll get it out of the way first. It's obvious from the get-go: The BlackBerry Q10 is one gorgeous piece of gadgetry. You've got a device that has a, in the words of the Zohan, "silky-smooth" exterior that's made from combining metal, glass, and plastic. The full QWERTY keyboard doesn't feel out of place with its keys not "jumping" out for a bumpy look and the whole layout placed neatly beneath the display—a perfect union of touch and type, if you will.
The back side deserves special mention, too, as it has a rubberized feel for less slips and a textured appearance that gives the package a more distinct look. Overall, the Q10 reminds us of Wolverine wearing a tux. It looks damn refined but you also get that unmistakable hint of angas in the package.
2. It's your mobile office
A pro's gotta work, and with the Q10, it won't be a problem. The device comes with built-in Docs To Go, a productivity suite that lets you view, edit, and create Word, Excel, and even PowerPoint files! And we bet that even if you're not dealing with a PC or a notebook, you won't encounter much hassle using the Q10, thanks to the full QWERTY keyboard that works like a charm even with longer typing chores.
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