BlackBerry 10 already debuted in several countries of the world together with the BlackBerry Z10, the first phone that former RIM launched with this new operating system, which after more than a year’s work brought a modern air a company that was losing market.
But the Z10 is a full touch phone, aimed to compete in a segment where Samsung, Apple, Sony and Nokia currently offered different terminals, although many users still remaining in BlackBerry resist.
That’s why BlackBerry is preparing to launch the Q10; a phone that was announced in late January by the Z10 and that takes the highly successful format gave the Canadian, including a physical QWERTY keyboard and this time adding a touch screen.
The first target market for the launch of the Q10 is its country of origin, and Canada will receive the first phones on 1st May, and then begin to expand to the rest of the world with estimated date for the United States at the end of next month.
Surprisingly according to Bloomberg, the Q10 will sell more expensive in the U.S. than the Z10, the iPhone, the Nokia Lumia 920 or the Galaxy S4, although the price has not been confirmed.