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A closer look at the BlackBerry Q10

by Gareth Mankoo

With the BlackBerry Z10, RIM also unleashed the Q10 handset, running on the famed BlackBerry 10 OS. Unlike the Z10, this one packs a QWERTY, much to the relief of RIM loyalists. Though, the Q10 still retains a touchscreen (to go with the times some would say). It comes with a models 3.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a 720 x 720 pixels resolution promise and a 328 ppi pixel density. The dorsal portion has a bold carbon fiber look to it, flanked with volume buttons on one side.

The specifications include a 1.5GHz dual-core Coretex A9 CPU, PowerVR SGX44 graphics, 2GB RAM, microSD card slot, aGPS, and a battery that powers on for 10 hours at a stretch.


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  1. I think there’s nothing wrong with a phone that has a keyboard. Many people feel more comfortable typing on it. Its just that they can be better if they can also have a touchscreen monitor.


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