The BlackBerry Q5 is part of the new "10" family of BlackBerry running it's BB10. The Q5 is a budget-minded handset with a QWERTY keyboard and features a 3.1-inch display.
Physical QWERTY keyboard.
Great HD screen.
Good business features.
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
BlackBerry has resurrected the Curve range with a decent mid-range device. It's just a shame the designers scrimped on the...59
By DigitalVersus on August 22, 2013
The BlackBerry Q5 is meant for smartphone textaholics—whatever their drug of choice (Facebook, text messaging or BBM)—and for those who want a pocket mobile with decent battery life. However, the multimedia side of things doesn't shine...60
By NotebookCheck on August 22, 2013
Review sample: BlackBerry Q5 Smartphone The BlackBerry Q5 lines in seamlessly in the current smartphone family and reaps in a good rating of 87%. What does it lack for a "Very Good"? First, we have to mention the backlit QWERTY keyboard positively . It...87
By mobilesyrup.com on August 14, 2013
The Q5 does more things right than wrong, and is recommended to anyone needing a hardware QWERTY device who doesn't want to spend more than the bare...76
By PCAdvisor on August 13, 2013
It's a mixed bag when it comes to the BlackBerry Q5. It's cheaper than both the BlackBerry Q10 and Z10 and a lot of its hardware specs are better than we expected. However, build quality isn't inspiring and while BlackBerry 10 is smooth with good features, a shortage of apps remains a downfall.60
By PC Advisor on August 13, 2013
The Q5 looks much like the BlackBerry Q10 but, in a nutshell, minus the style. (For the touchscreen alternative, see BlackBerry Z10 review.) It has that iconic BlackBerry smartphone look with a square screen situated above the buttoned keyboard. One of...60
By Canadian Reviewer on August 11, 2013
When it comes to BlackBerry devices nearing launch, they tend to go from non-existent,...-
By Canadian Reviewer on August 07, 2013
While BlackBerry’s bread and butter has long been the enterprise and government market, there was a time when it catered to a large user base of consumers.Previous BB models like the Pearl and Curve smartphone lines offered the functionality and...80
By FoneArena on August 02, 2013
Having spent some quality time with the phone, we’re still in two minds about the handset. It’s not a bad phone at all per se but is a tough sell when you factor in the competition. BlackBerry’s decision to bring BBM to competing...-
By GSMArena on July 26, 2013
With BlackBerry charging a ridiculous amount of money on the Q10 - it's hard to find under $600 / €490 SIM-free. Seriously, the first BB10 QWERTY handset costs more than a Z10, and any competing flagship, so one would think it's an...-