Hands-on with the BlackBerry Q10 (gallery)

Hands-on with the BlackBerry Q10 (gallery)

Summary: The BlackBerry Q10 is available now on T-Mobile and is coming soon to other carriers. It's a fantastic QWERTY device and continues the BlackBerry tradition with the latest OS.


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  • The headphone jack and power button are found at the top.

  • The BlackBerry logo is present in the glass weave back.

  • Multi-tasking screen on the Q10.

Topics: Mobility, Reviews, BlackBerry, Smartphones

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  • Good review

    A physical keyboard is definitely key for work. There is nothing like it and with BlackBerry 10 they may have just cornered the qwerty market again!
  • A Fair Review

    Finally an objective review. Thank you.
  • Waiting for Verizon

    My Contract is up for renewal in two weeks, I am ready to get the Q10. The Z10 is a great phone, but if communications is your primary use and a few apps like me, the physical keyboard will be wonderful to have. I was quite happy with the Bold 9930 I used before the Z10 and look forward to getting back to a BB I can type better on.
    John Hanks
  • I love it!

    I had a choice at my office to get an iPhone 5 or a Blackberry Q10. My son has an iPhone 5 and I was familiar with it, so there was no way I could use the iPhone effectively for business. I would say, if you don't do a lot of typing/messaging, the iPhone may be better and the way to go, but I need the qwerty keyboard for what I do. This Q10 is just awesome...thank you Blackberry!
    • Good...

      ...choice. :)
  • How long will it take

    For BB10, to surpass WM8 (WP8)? 6 months, 3 month, less? Maybe Nokia didn't dodge a bullet after all, as Windows phone is killing them.
    Troll Hunter J