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The Q5 is a quite a broad phone, lacking the rounded edges of the Q10. It measures 120mm by 66mm, and 10.8mm thick. It weighs in at 120g including the non-removable battery: lighter than the Q10, but slightly thicker.
The Qwerty keyboard means there's only room for a 3.1-inch touchcreen (720 x 720 resolution, at 329ppi). The handset runs BlackBerry's new 10.1 operating system, and includes the BlackBerry Link software for synchronising data.
It packs a dual core 1.2GHz, comes with 2GB RAM and 8GB Flash, but you can add up to 64GB of memory via the microSD memory card slot seen here (strangely the higher specced Q10 only goes up to 32GB), and includes a USB 2.0 port. BlackBerry also claims up to 12.5 hours talk time and 14 days standby time for the device when running on 3G, thanks to that smaller screen.