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The Z1. 0 is Black. Berry’s i. Mac. It’s its last chance to show that it has what it takes to compete in the smartphone world. You may have noticed that the company has released very few new anythings over the past couple of the years. Under the leadership of Thorsten Heins, it’s had to take stock, go back to the drawing board and build a new platform from the ground up. The result of this hard work and bravery is the Z1.
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An all touch screen device running the brand new BB1. It’s no exaggeration to say that it’s the most important device for the Canadian tech company in its history. It’ll either go down as the phone that saved it, or the one which failed to. When it comes to smartphones, there’s no doubting that the i. Phone 5 is the king (at least in terms of sales). Plenty would argue it doesn’t deserve to be the top selling phone, but there are some very good reasons why it is.
But, the question is: does the Black. Berry Z1. 0 match the i. Phone? We know it virtually does on paper, but what about day to day use? Form Factor/Design. You might say that the i. Phone 5 and Z1. 0 look fairly similar.
And they do, on first glance. The rounded rectangle front panel with all but the top and bottom covered by a large square glass panel.
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It’s reminiscent of the i. Phone’s two- tone backside. But’s that’s where the similarity ends for me. Unlike the i. Phone’s glass and aluminum body, the Z1.
All- in- all, it feels solid, well made and very comfortable in hand. What is slightly baffling about the Black. Berry’s design, is the bezel. Considering the size of the display, you’d think BBerry’s design team could shave a few millimeters off the edges, but for whatever reason they didn’t. It gives the impression of a picture with a frame that’s so big, it almost swamps it. It’s not enough to make it horrible to use, but just enough to make it appear a little block- like. To look at, the i.
Phone 5 clearly trumps the Z1. Which ever way you look at the Z1. It’s 6. 2mm taller, 7mm wider and 1.
Not to mention, a full 2. Apple’s 6th i. Phone. And it is noticeable, when you look at them next to each other and when you hold them.
The i. Phone’s trim and sleek design is admirable, and shows that when it comes to engineering, Apple is still ahead of the curve. That’s not to say I don’t like the Z1. It’s easily the best looking Black. Berry ever launched, and it’s not awkward to use. I really love the grippy back door, it feels like it belongs in my hand. It just doesn’t “wow”.
That said, I don’t feel like I have to protect it like a precious item of jewelry, unlike the i. Phone with its easy- scratch aluminum back plate. It lives up to the tradition of being well built and hard to break. When it comes to all the ports and buttons, Black. Berry’s smartphone is as different as it can be from the i. Phone. The only similarity here is the lock/power button which is almost identical to the i.
Phone’s oblong key. It’s just placed – awkwardly – in the center of the top edge. Next to it you’ll find the 3. Unlike the i. Phone’s volume buttons, the Z1. Apple’s round buttons as you could imagine. There are three buttons in total on the Z1.
Voice Control: Black. Berry’s attempt at taking on Siri. On the left edge, the Z1. Micro USB and Mini HDMI.
On the bottom edge: nothing. The biggest and most obvious omission is any form of button on the front. Whereas the i. Phone has the iconic home button, the Z1.
It did take me a little while to get used to not having anything physical to press, but I did prefer it eventually. It’s one of the things I really liked about the Pre 3 when I owned one, and it works well with BB1. All in all, comparing these two is like chalk and cheese. It’s almost like they’ve been designed with two different mindsets.
The i. Phone is a precision piece of elegant engineering, made to be gawped at and touched with a sense of awe. The Black. Berry is designed to be used. I like them both, but it’s hard not to come away thinking Black.