The wait is over for BlackBerry fans who have been holding out for the feature that has long set BlackBerry devices apart: a physical keyboard. With the BlackBerry Z10 having been on the market for almost three months now, customers have had the chance to test out BB10 on a full touch-screen device, but for those who stood firmly by the physical keyboard experience, you’ll finally get your wish next week.
On May 1, BlackBerry will be debuting the Q10 across Canada through Rogers, Telus and Bell for $199 with a three-year contract. It looks like the UK will once again get the phone a few days earlier (the Q10 will hit stores in Britain on April 26), but that won’t stop loyal Canadian fans from eagerly picking up the BlackBerry Q10 soon after.
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