The LTE-ready BlackBerry Q10 will be available on T-Mobile's 4G LTE network in the United States come this June 5. The device will pack a price tag of $100 on a two-year deal or $580, if you prefer it commitment-free from T-Mo.
The offer is valid for non-enterprise subscribers with business users still, controversially, being on the waiting list.
Along with BlackBerry's spanking new BB 10 OS, the Q10 comes with a physical landscape 4-row QWERTY, a 720 x 720 Super AMOLED 3.1-incher packing 328 ppi, 8 MP snapper, a dual-core Cortex-A9 chip clocked at 1.5 GHz and all-you-can-eat connectivity set with LTE, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, etc. on board.
BlackBerry Messenger is also, naturally, present on the Q10 and it packs video chat for good measure.
No word yet on when the device will come to the entire range of US carriers but we expect it to be soon.
USA goverment will buy these bricks, the rest of mob Androids and the few blessed with money iPhones.
How many of these 'everything' features of the S4 would you utilize or use on a daily basis? RE:Keyboard: Certain people prefer physical over an on screen keyboard.
How is this better than the S4? The S4 has everything better except for the keyboard... which is not something that everyone likes.