The 4 things that are signs of Mobile Change, Strengths of Blackberry fade

When I worked with construction guys I had to have a Blackberry Curve.  After 3 months I figured out the construction world and I were not compatible and within another 3 months I was to dump the Blackberry Curve and the construction company.  Now I have an iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and Blackberry is near end of life.  There are some who really miss their Blackberry Curve.  Do I?  No.  I have iPhone apps and social features.  I have Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with 1920 x 1080 display, quad core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32 GB  + 64 GB microSD storage, Stylus, and Android.

So what do Blackberry Curve loyal users miss?  

1. Physical Keyboard

2. Blackberry Server for reliable e-mail

3. Days of battery life

4. A kick ass cell antenna

These 4 strengths of the Blackberry Platform is so irrelevant to a large percentage of the market.  I don't use my Phone to check e-mail, but don't write on it.  Reliable e-mail is a cloud service many times better than an enterprise IT group. Plugging in once a day is OK.  Although I am sometimes able to go 2 days with my Galaxy Note 3.  I spend 98% of my time connected to wifi.