Singapore, 16 May 2013 – BlackBerry® (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB) today announced the new BlackBerry® Q10 smartphone, the first BlackBerry® 10 smartphone to feature a classic BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard, will be available from all authorized partners
T-Mobile continues to add to its growing line-up of 4G LTE devices by partnering with BlackBerry to bring customers the BlackBerry Q10. T-Mobile is the only major U.S. wireless company to offer the Q10 with no annual service contract plus unlimited talk, text and Web on a fast, nationwide 4G network. Pricing and Availability
BlackBerry let us know our News for BlackBerry Empire App designed for the Z10 has passed certification and is ready to be ported to support the upcoming Q10 device. You should receive an email from BlackBerry letting you know your app has been approved for the Q10 without having to make any changes.
For those of you all planning to get the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone device or already have the device may be wondering what are all the keyboard shortcuts for the device? BlackBerry Empire dives in and compiles a list of keyboard shortcuts with the help of The Globe & Mail that may be useful and helpful [...]
If you are in the United States or any country that is not the United Kingdom or Canada then chances are you are waiting for the BlackBerry Q10, impatiently. The wait could end now if you are willing to pay up! eBay currently has over 30 of these smartphone devices listed for sale, buy at your [...]
With the recently launched BlackBerry Q10 smartphone device sporting the physical keyboard comes a whole new bundle of accessories that could help protect, optimize and organize your device. BlackBerry Empire has compiled a short list of currently available accessories for your Q10. The accessory list will be updated frequently so be checking back in as [...]
Today, May 1st the BlackBerry Q10 device is available in Canada by all major carriers. As of now Rogers Wireless is the only carrier in Canada that has the device online and ready to be purchased via the web, I expect the other carriers such as Bell, TELUS, Fido and Virgin Mobile to follow shortly. [...]