Android’s the most popular smartphone operating system around at the moment, so you’d better believe that BlackBerry is interested in courting more than a few of those Android users and bringing them over to its new platform. Let’s take a look at how BlackBerry 10 stacks up against Android.

We put a new BlackBerry Z10 up against a Samsung Galaxy Note II, taking a look at how performing common tasks differs between the two systems. We investigate differences and similarities between their lock screens, how search works on each device, what you’ll need to do to launch your favorite app, and how these phones handle multitasking. We also take a look at how you’ll get apps on each platform, putting BlackBerry World head-to-head with Google Play. Check out the video below to see what we found:

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