Blackberry may launch the successor to the Z10 in November this year. It is the A10, a full touch device that would come to the U.S. market with the Sprint company.
A source has confirmed to “Cnet”, a portal specializing in technology, Sprint’s intention to sell this upcoming device from November. This operator refused to commercialize the first full touch device with Blackberry 10, the Z10 and for this reason would be now interested in a post by the A10.
“All Things D” had already noted that Sprint would this year in its catalog Blackberry touch device, but that it was the Z10. In fact, the CEO of Blackberry, Thorsten Heins had said in an interview in March that it intended to launch three to four devices with Blackberry 10 this year. One of these would be mid-range and another that ‘excited’ for year-end holidays.
One might guess that the mid-range terminal would be the already announced Q5, a device very similar to Q10 but with some characteristics of lower quality and lower its price and enter emerging markets and young audiences. However, from Blackberry have not confirmed-or denied-the existence of this mobile, which could be the next Canadian flagship.