28/03/2020

BlackBerry Z10: Meet the UK’s first BlackBerry 10 blower!

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RIM has made no secret of the fact that it is unveiling its next-generation BlackBerry 10 platform and phones in little over a month on 30 January. But a source has spilled the beans on the first phone to come packing the OS: say hello to the BlackBerry Z10.

We’ve seen the all-touch, BlackBerry 10 smartphone in leaked images before (and the teaser image RIM released, above), but now it has a name. Unwired View says that this is the BlackBerry Z10, and it’ll arrive in both black and white versions. Te Bold-like keyboard model will follow soon after, and may be called the BlackBerry X10.

Confirmed: BlackBerry 10 coming to the UK next year!

We’ve seen hints of what to expect from BlackBerry 10 – including clever, Siri-like voice commands – but whether or not it’ll be enough to keep RIM in the game is another matter. Just this week, the Canadian company posted a big loss, and for the first time ever, its subscriber base fell.

Can BlackBerry 10 win you over from iOS and Android? What about Windows Phone? Sound off with your view in the comments below!

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