The BlackBerry Z10 was RIM’s last hope to recover lost customers and lost time against their competitor. The new device broke the silence and brought in a new crowdsourcing operating system, developing opportunities and a new and improved touchscreen. Although the flat, angular design looks like any other smartphone on the market, it looks like the newly named BlackBerry company has hit on a winner with users.
For those who have been wishing for less of a ‘touchscreen’ experience and a gadget more like those characteristic of the BlackBerry family, the company has just announced the upcoming release of the new BlackBerry Q10. The smartphone has the keyboard, look and feel of the BlackBerry smartphones many of us love, as well as all the benefits of the new operating system and technologies.
People in the UK can pre-order the BlackBerry Q10 on O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Three, EE and TalkMobile, according to BlackBerry Insider’s blog post. Plus, the handset will be available for purchase in Carphone Warehouse stores from the end of April.
The BlackBerry Q10, showcased originally on the 30th of January when the company officially launched the BlackBerry 10 platform, includes apps like BlackBerry Hub, BlackBerry Balance and BlackBerry Remember. The next video shows the best and brightest on the new gadget set to hit homes by the end of this month.