Blackberry has revealed the released date of its next OS 10 handset – Q10. The handset will be launched first in the UK on two year contracts as well as a sim-free version and will be available starting end of April - probably the 30th.
BlackBerry released all new BlackBerry 10 last month along with its new flagship device Z10 and is a busy encouraging developers to write apps for its new OS. Earlier we reported that Blackberry 10 OS only offers 34% of the most popular iOS and Android apps and new reports also suggested that BlackBerry 10 has crossed 100,000 apps out of which nearly 20 per cent are android apps.
BlackBerry’s Z10 is the talk of the town these days; with its sleek new design, newly baked OS and capable hardware it is an all-rounder. The new flagship device from BlackBerry was released last month along with BlackBerry 10 OS.
BlackBerry released its newly baked BlackBerry 10 OS along with the flagship device Z10 in February 2013. Z10 is a very capable full touch screen smartphone running Blackberry 10 which is available for sale in many countries. Blackberry also revealed another smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard called Q10. It will also run Blackberry 10 and will be released sometime in April or May.
The UK government's Communications-Electronics Security Group (CESG) has rejected all the rumors suggesting that BlackBerry 10 failed in the security tests.
A Senior BlackBerry official has confirmed that an all-new BlackBerry PlayBook running the BlackBerry 10 OS will be launched sometime in 2013 along side quite a few new devices.
Blackberry, after a string of delays, launched its BlackBerry OS 10 this year and according to a new report the new mobile OS only offers 34% of the 102 most popular apps available for iOS and Android while Windows phone 8 offers 63% of the most popular iOS and Android apps.
The Government of Germany is showering its love on BlackBerry as the German Chancellor Angela Merkel along with other agencies is reportedly using the recently released BlackBerry Z10.
BlackBerry, once the leader in smartphone industry is struggling to regain its territory stolen by iOS and Android devices and it is trying hard to desperately get back into the market with end of the dark tunnel seemingly not far ahead. BB Z10 the companies’ first smartphone to run newly baked OS10 is just weeks old and early sales figures are looking promising.