BlackBerry Z10 vs. iPhone 5, trio of perspectives

By Daniel Chubb - Jul 15, 2013

There will be a number of situations experienced by users looking at the BlackBerry Z10 vs. iPhone 5, which will include new buyers but also a good chance of some Apple owners thinking about trying something new in the form of BlackBerry’s Z10. Today, we wanted to highlight a trio of perspectives for iPhone 5 vs. BlackBerry Z10 no matter what your current handset is to deliver a little help in choosing the better smartphone for you.

The first video comparison can be seen above this article and the review runs for just under 12 minutes. You will see the BlackBerry Z10 and Apple iPhone 5 side-by-side plus just about every detail compared. This ranges from the differences in specs to how BlackBerry 10 stacks up against iOS, although it is worth noting that this hands-on looks at the aging iOS 6 and not iOS 7 that is currently in beta 3.

You can see two more videos looking at BlackBerry Z10 vs. iPhone 5 below this article, and they look at each smartphone in their own unique perspective. The first video below our article runs for 10 minutes and the reviewer quickly points out that iPhone 5 is a lot older than the BlackBerry Z10, and will be replaced soon with an iPhone 6 or 5S in around 2 months time. This video claims the iPhone 5 is about classical design and the BlackBerry Z10 focuses more on innovation.

The second video comparison below runs for just under 8 minutes and aims to show 5 things BlackBerry’s Z10 does better than the iPhone 5. This video is certainly different from the other two thanks to its bias perspective, but we would recommend watching it to see if you agree with their obvious favoritism for Z10. Both handsets are running on T-Mobile and again we need to remind our readers that this doesn’t take into account changes coming with iOS 7, but then by the time this arrives for public use so will a new iPhone.

What smartphone wins this battle in your opinion, BlackBerry Z10 or Apple iPhone 5?

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