BlackBerry Q10

  • BlackBerry Q10
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The BlackBerry Q10 is part of the new "10" family of BlackBerry running it's BB10. The Q10 carries a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of system memory, 8-megapixel camera and 16GB of flash memory. The QWERTY board takes up plenty of real estate which only leaves room for a 3.1-inch AMOLED screen operating at 720 x 720 pixels.

Expert reviews and ratings

By About.com on 70

Since day one, BlackBerry phones have been squarely aimed at the business user first and foremost. The BlackBerry Q10, the second phone from RIM to feature the BB10 operating system, is certainly no different, despite the addition of some multimedia...

By mobilephones.com on 84

The BlackBerry Q10 in many ways looks like the BlackBerry Bold 9900 in shape and size, mainly due to the fact that its keypad takes up the entire width of the phone's fascia. Measuring in at almost 10.5mm thick and weighing 139 grams, the phone feels...

By bit.com.au on 50

While we mentioned the Blackberry Q10 when it was announced, we haven't published many other articles about it. Given that there are various Blackberry users out there, we decided to share this review with you. It was previously published earlier this...

By Tracy and Matt's Blog on

By Matt June 24, 2013 Comments BlackBerry Q10 unboxing videoFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0 A few weeks ago James treated us to a first look at the new BlackBerry Q10. The version of the handset he had was a pre-release from BlackBerry so I...

By InsideHW on

BlackBerry (BB) is a world of its own. When they started, nobody took them seriously, because they were offering complicated services, everything was expensive and the phones were cumbersome and ugly. Few years later, they've become a standard in the...

By PC Advisor on

The BlackBerry Q10 is the flagship BlackBerry smartphone with a physical keyboard. It offers a similar BlackBerry 10 experience to its touchscreen cousin the BlackBerry Z10, but looks and feels much more like a traditional BlackBerry handset. Here's PC...

By PCAdvisor on 70

If BlackBerry can continue to attract developers to build more apps for BlackBerry World and if BlackBerry can propel its Messenger app into a fuller social networking experience, then there is some basis for believing BlackBerry has a solid long-term future, well above its current 5% global smartphone market share.

By Tracy and Matt's Blog on

Well after a couple of weeks with the BlackBerry Q10 I've come to the conclusion that there is definitely room in the smartphone market for more phones with physical QWERTY keyboards and urge manufacturers to realise this, the HTC Cha Cha was an...

By delimiter.com.au on

Look, we're just going to say it. If you are one of those people who want a physical keyboard on a phone, then this is 100 percent going to be the model for you. There just aren't many other models at all out there which offer this as a feature, and...

By Brighthand on 80

For habitual smartphone typists, the Q10 is an absolute dream. But for those who don't find themselves needing a keyboard all that often, there are more powerful, higher-specced devices out...

By Good Gear Guide on 70

BlackBerry's classic smartphone -- and the Q10 is classic in its design, features, and limitations -- is revitalised with a more accessible interface, an app store, and a few new tricks. The Q10 is a perfectly usable phone, especially for business...

By Digital Trends on 75

Even though it doesn't have a giant display, the BlackBerry Q10 may prove more interesting to mainstream users than the Z10. After all, there are a million touchscreen smartphones in the world. There aren't many phones with good physical keyboards (and...

By V3.co.uk on

BlackBerry is well known for its business devices with physical qwerty keyboards designed to make messaging more convenient, while other phone makers such as Samsung and HTC have shunned buttons in favour of increasingly large touchscreen-only...

By The Inquirer on

Blackberry seems to believe that there's still a market for such devices, having released two Blackberry 10 (BB10) handsets with physical QWERTY keypads - the top-end Blackberry Q10 and the crowd pleasing Blackberry Q5...

By LaptopMag on 70

The BlackBerry Q10 is the phone BlackBerry fanatics have been clamoring for -- with a killer keyboard and welcome OS improvements -- but you'll have to live with a small touch...

By Gear Diary on

Since those days a glass slab has been my device of choice, be it iPhone or more recently Android. It's easy to see why, considering the ratio of consumption over creation they are typically used for. Intelligent keyboards like the brilliant SwiftKey for...

By gadgetsteria.com on

After BlackBerry's make-it-or-break-it Z10 release ( our review ), a loyal few stuck by their anxious excitement for the keyboard toting model, the Q10. And now that it's out, how does it stack up? Is BlackBerry 10 as good with the ‘ol physical keyboard...

By booredatwork.com on

The AT&T Blackberry Q10 like its Verizon Counterpart, sports BlackBerry 's famous QWERTY physical keyboard that actually feels as good as it has ever been. The five row keyboard actually blends well with the 3-inch 720×720 touchscreen that actually...

By firstpost.com on 65

The BlackBerry Q10 is undoubtedly a worthy successor to their previous flagship, the Bold 9900. It's faster, has a better screen, great battery life and better camera. And BB10 is really fun to use once you get the hang of it. However, the brakes slam...

By fatducktech.com on

Blackberry returns to its roots with a keyboard enabled smartphone. In 2013, is a keyboard enough?Ask anyone to picture a Blackberry smartphone, and they're going to picture something that looks rather like the Q10. This is no bad thing.Blackberry, back...