expired BlackBerry Z10 4G STL100-2 $309 Delivered @ Kogan Limited Stocks

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The BlackBerry Z10 is a stylish and powerful smartphone that features a 4.2 inch, 1280×768 pixel touchscreen.
Multi-tasking is a breeze with the Dual-Core 1.5Ghz processor with 2GB of RAM and BlackBerry’s OS 10.

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    The Q10 is still too high vs. demand.

    Z10 is a good deal though; hook in!

  • -2 votes

    What's the point of having a blackberry if other devices now have BBM? Especially if buying it outright and using it on prepaid means that you don't get BIS/BES?

    • +4 votes

      The OS is actually the most intuitive ive tried. Its stable, fast, pretty, slightly different to the crowd, and has full Android 4.* emulation for a large app range.

      Whats the point of NOT?

      • +1 vote

        I used Z10 for 6-8 months and its a pretty good phone. I paid $550+ at that time and could buy again at this price. Make sure you buy a cover for this phone because replacement screens for Z10 until now are $220+ in case you drop and break the screen. (Guess what happened with my phone!!)

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        please shush. I already have a great android phone (nexus 4). But I have a soft spot for blackberry (I had a storm 1, and I was one of the 4 people in the world who actually liked the clicky screen), even though I know they're dying (even if they won't admit it). And I like the idea of the gesture heavy interface (I enjoyed webOS on my HP touchpad). So you're tempting me to spend money I don't need to spend.

  • -1 vote

    umm..heard some rumors saying Lenovo is going to buy BlackBerry, so this is actually a good deal for collectors(no offence to BB fans) since if things become real, BlackBerry would soon vanish forever.