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Nokia E71: A hands-on review for SA customers

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  • Conclusion: Are you iPhone-obsessed? Don’t bother with the E71. It just doesn’t give the experience that Apple’s killer phone provides. If you’re not obsessed, and if you’re one of the experienced few who realise a phone without a keyboard will present problems when firing off large emails, then I would seriously consider this latest Nokia offering. I don’t watch movies on my phone. I don’t need to rotate photos. I don’t listen to music on my phone.
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BlackBerry 9720

  • Conclusion: Thanks to its lower specs and consequently more affordable pricetag, as well as its support of BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) , BlackBerry’s 9720 is able to compete within a lower price range than the company’s BlackBerry 10 powered devices. The 9720 goes for a recommended retail price of R2 600, which is R600 more than the cost of the LG Optimus L5 II and R700 more than Nokia’s Lumia 520 , both of which offer a more compelling and well rounded smartphone experience.
  • Pros: Delivers very good touch and type experience on the go., Multicast., Supports BIS., Dedicated BBM button., FM Radio on a BlackBerry.
  • Cons: Not as up to date spec wise compared to rivals smartphones., OS is not on par with rival platforms or BlackBerry 10.
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BlackBerry Z10 part 2

  • Conclusion: The BlackBerry Z10 is without a doubt the best smartphone the Canadian firm has ever produced. This news will be best received by existing users of the BlackBerry platform, since life can continue within a familiar environment. With the Z10, one can stay with the BlackBerry platform, seeing that it is on-par with other smartphones currently on offer. The question is will BlackBerry users continue doing so, especially with BIS now something of the past ?
  • Pros: Eye-catching design, Great display, Good camera capable, CPU coupled with lots of RAM, Plenty of connectivity options, Intuitive, gesture based OS
  • Cons: Battery life not class leading, Will be competing with better specced devices soon, App tally on BlackBerry World far behind the competition
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BlackBerry Z10: the MyBroadband review

My Broadband
  • Summary: Can the BlackBerry Z10 make an impact in the crowded high-end smartphone market?
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Sony Xperia Z1

  • Conclusion: The Xperia Z1 is another great all-round smartphone from Sony that looks and feels premium in hand. More importantly it has the CPU and camera to back up its flagship credentials. It goes for a recommended retail price of R9 900, which is a tad expensive seeing that you can get a Samsung Note 3 or S4 for less.
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