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The BlackBerry Q5, the more affordable QWERTY-equipped offering from BlackBerry, is set to make its world debut tomorrow in UAE.
AT&T has officially announced that the QWERTY-equipped BlackBerry Q10 will be coming to its networks this Friday, June 21.
The BlackBerry 10.2 OS update, which is scheduled to be released later this year, will feature support for Android apps that run on version 4.2.2 or earlier of Google's OS.
A recent FCC filing showing the BlackBerry Q5's compatibility with AT&T's 3G network vaguely hints at the possibility of the handset coming stateside.
As promised, BBM, the popular messaging service from BlackBerry, will be arriving on iOS and Android handsets for free later this month.
BlackBerry has another device in the works, the all-touchscreen A10, which is expected to be the company's new flagship smartphone and will launch in November.
The BlackBerry Q10 is available for pre-order through AT&T starting today, with the device expected to start shipping on June 18.
Inside sources are claiming that BlackBerry is ramping up production and intends to ship 30 to 40 million devices this year.
Verizon Wireless is now accepting pre-orders for the QWERTY-equipped BlackBerry Q10 and the device is expected to ship on June 6.
France's second-largest wireless provider, SFR, has announced that the BlackBerry Q10 is outselling many of the other top handsets on its network.
T-Mobile has confirmed that it will be launching the QWERTY-equipped BlackBerry Q10 on June 5, while reports suggest the carrier will launch the HTC One on that day, as well.
A Sprint exec has revealed that the carrier intends to release another BlackBerry 10 device before the end of the year.
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