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BlackBerry Q10 - Feel the Keyboard

Next up for BlackBerry is the Q10. It has a smaller screen than the now-available Z10, but also has the hard keyboard that made BlackBerry famous. Here we have a short video demo of the Q10 and its differences from the Z10

BlackBerry's Z10, which has a full-size touch screen, finally became available this week in the U.S. Click here to see an image gallery with BYTE's first impressions of the Z10.

But many BlackBerry users are really waiting for a BlackBerry 10 device with its famous hard keyboard, and it will be out soon in the form of the BlackBerry Q10. BlackBerry was exhibiting this past week at Enterprise Connect in Orlando and was showing the Q10 at its booth. John Cash, the company's senior manager for Enterprise Accounts, demonstrated the Q10 for us at the show.


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