BlackBerry Q10 coming on Sprint, Verizon, AT&T in June as Q5 is announced


    BlackBerry Q10 coming is finally coming in US on Sprint, Verizon, AT&T in June. In the meantime the company has also announced the launch of Q5 is

    BlackBerry Q10 is among the most sought after handsets in markets it has been introduced so far. In Canada and United Kingdom there is already a huge demand for the QWERTY handset from Ontario, Canada based company. In United States BlackBerry fans are becoming increasingly impatient due to delay in its launch. The same is true about people in other markets across the world.

    BlackBerry has been rather slow in making its handsets available in markets throughout the world. The same happened with its first handset running on BlackBerry 10 operating system Z10 and now the same is happening with the QWERTY handset

    Meanwhile the company has also showcased a low priced QWERTY handset on the pattern of BlackBerry Q10 being called Q5. This handset seems to have been announced following vociferous demand from BlackBerry fans for a more affordable handset. Both Z10 and Q10 are high end handset and there was actually demand for a relatively affordable handset that could attract more people who were eager to go for new BlackBerry handset but couldn’t afford the exorbitantly priced handsets from BlackBerry.

    Though the Q10’s launch has been welcomed by many, it is still going to take many months before it is actually launched in the market. The new handset with obviously lower specs will make it possible for many million people to go for it, instead of very expensive Q10 and Z10 handsets. In the meantime BlackBerry CEO while announcing a lower Q5 version said that the Q5 device will be available in selected markets this summer. It is the company’s third smartphone to run the new BlackBerry 10 system and is an instrument to take on cheaper Android and Windows Phone 8 operating systems. notwithstanding the new announcement, BlackBerry lovers in much of the world including the United States are still awaiting its arrival of Q10 with great patience. For many BlackBerry Q10 fans this is very disappointing that despite months after being showcased, the handset is still not available in markets and they are forced to wait for the handset when it should have already been delivered to them. The delay cost BlackBerry, Ontario, Canada based smart phone manufacturer dearly in case of its first full touch screen handset Z10 and many analysts believe it will cost it even more in case of Z10 if the company further delays the launch.

    Meanwhile BlackBerry Q10 will be available in the US market by early June, though a definite date is yet to be announced. Blackberry Q10 will arrive in the U.S. early and will be priced $249 with a two-year contract. The good news is the It will be available for Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint Nextel Corp. and T-Mobile USA. The extensive availability will certainly help BlackBerry, but the handset should have arrived in the US earlier. The handset is expected to be priced $249 in the US with two year contract. So things are looking bright for the Canadian company, whose stocks also crossed $16 at stock market. This must be a great news for BlackBerry phones.

    The handset comes with top specifications including 3.1in 720×720 Super AMOLED touchscreen, physical QWERTY keyboard, dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 4G and HSDPA connectivity, 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, 8MP autofocus rear-facing camera with LED flash and HD 1080p video, 2MP HD 720p front camera.