Way back in January, the Research In Motion has announced its change of name to BlackBerry and launched its long-awaited BlackBerry 10 OS together with the two latest handsets — the Q10 and the Z10. The Z10 was given to news reporters who attended the launch event, and the reviews quickly followed. The Q10 has hit the market recently, and is now obtainable from all main operators and SIM free.
The delayed onset of the QWERTY-keyboard that is equipped BlackBerry Q10 may dissatisfy the diehard BlackBerry fans, however it’s been apparent for some time that the touch screen only handsets are the only main focus for Smartphone creators. The Q10 comes with a 3.1-inch, and a pixel screen of 720 X 720-and a QWERTY keyboard, however, there are no control buttons between keyboard and the screen like in previous ‘classic’ BlackBerry Smartphone. It also measures 4.7 inch by 2.62 inch by 0.4 inch and weighs 139 g.
There are no mistakes given of the BlackBerry Q10 handset. When we talk about its keyboard, it says it all, with idiosyncratic rows of keys separated by silver, while its shape themselves gives all the clues you desire.
The keyboard is totally superb. The keys are effortless to find under the fingers due to its central ridges, and firmly depress when pushed; they can even be clicked.
With this dual-core processor running at 2GB and 1.5GHz of RAM, BlackBerry Q10 is sensibly well specified. All review samples, from Vodafone, constantly felt speedy when linked to the mobile network, or when being in (802.11a/b/g/n) dual-band WI-Fi kicked in. The support of BlackBerry Q10 comes with a HSPA+, LTE, and EDGE with microSIM sitting on the backplate. The backplate gives protection for a MicroSD card, which can be accessed without removing the battery.
- Outstanding QWERTY keyboard
- Some forceful keyboard-based features
- NFC, HDMI and LTE support
- The Balance keeps both business and personal usage in separate ways
- No enough apps
- The screen is small as in 3.1 inch
Those who went through for the BlackBerry Q10 event, following the launching of the Z10 will not be disappointed. The brilliant keyboard and bright ideas like Go and Type should make it more classical version of the BlackBerry, which makes the fans pleased and happy. However, the World app store of BlackBerry needs filling out its small and square screen because it isn’t ideal for some users. BlackBerry may find out that the QWERTY keyboard eras are figured.