It's not a phone, it's an email device! Meet the Blackberry Q10

Subject: Mobile | April 25, 2013 - 04:52 PM |
Tagged: blackberry, blackberry q10

Touchscreen phones might get all the recognition in the press and with the cool kids but for the hard working type who can never truly get away from their email, nothing beats a physical QWERTY keyboard.  Users who prefer Bolds and Curves to flashy touchscreens are finally going to be gifted with the new Blackberry Q10, with very similar specs to the already released Z10.  For those of us that don't tend to see our phones as an entertainment device but simply as work tool the size of the screen really does not matter as much as a responsive and easy to use keyboard.  The Inquirer had a chance to review the new Q10 and you can catch their comments here.

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"3.1" 720x720 Super AMOLED touchscreen, physical QWERTY keyboard, dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 4G and HSDPA connectivity, 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, 8MP autofocus rear-facing camera with LED flash and HD 1080p video, 2MP HD 720p front camera, Blackberry 10 mobile operating system, 119.6x66.8x10.4mm, 139g

Price £579.95 SIM-free."

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Source: The Inquirer
April 26, 2013 | 02:00 PM - Posted by collie (not verified)

I have been super excited for this one for a while. Crazy powered smartphone with a big enough touchscreen and a full keyboard, however 2 big points the "TheInquirer" article says The Z10 hasn't created excitement, but RIM or whatever they call themselves now has sold over a million since launch. Why are they hattin on the canadians? Also I was considering buying one of these when it launched but seeing the price point I am probably not gonna get one. I mean how am I supposed to explain to my wife that my new phone will cost more than any of the last 10 pc's I've built for myself and friends.

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