BlackBerry has announced its third BlackBerry 10 device, the BlackBerry Q5. As the name suggests, it's a QWERTY-equipped phone, but is designed for emerging markets and most likely, will have a lower cost than the BlackBerry Q10.
The possible BlackBerry Curve replacement has been leaked. Currently known as the BlackBerry R10, it has been seen on several previous occasions, but this time a few features have been added to the improved photos.
The latest research from analysts suggests BlackBerry could be planning to launch a BlackBerry 10 device with a 5-inch display later this year, putting it in direct competition with hardware such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
The second BlackBerry 10 smartphone, the QWERTY-equipped BlackBerry Q10, has been made available as a pre-order in the UK on all major networks. The price, however, is considerably more than the touchscreen Z10.
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BlackBerry has developed a new mobile site to give potential customers a preview of the BB 10 interface. Though limited, it shows a few key features that, coupled with detailed reviews, may help to lure people in.
BlackBerry has published its financial report for the last quarter, giving us out first glimpse of how BlackBerry 10 has been performing. While sales are in-line with expectations, a concerning fall in subscriber numbers is also evident.
It may only be early days, but analysts are already dismissing BlackBerry 10 sales in the U.S., citing everything from poor sales training in stores to less than impressive hardware for lackluster performance.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins said Thursday that the company is hoping to have four BB10 handsets on the market in time for the holidays, with one as-yet-unannounced device set to take the new platform “to another level in terms of the…