Katherine Boehret’s Review
New Q10 has a smart keyboard, fast browser and impressive camera features that may keep fans loyal.
A handful of recent analyst notes suggest that BlackBerry’s new Q10 smartphone is selling better than expected.
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The BlackBerry Q10, “the BlackBerry of BlackBerry users’ dreams,” finally hits the U.S. market this week, making its debut on a trio of carriers. The Qwerty-keyboarded device, which runs the company’s new BlackBerry 10 operating system, arrives at T-Mobile stores today, and will show up at Verizon stores Thursday. AT&T will also begin taking preorders for the device today, though it hasn’t yet announced a shipping date. And Sprint? No word yet on a firm release date beyond the company’s claim that the phone will go on sale in “late summer.”