Release dates of the BlackBerry Q10 is being eagerly anticipated by US based enthusiasts who would rather go for a smartphone that is QWERTY based and has a physical keyboard to type on than being full touchscreen enabled. The Q10 is already a market reality in some parts of the world including the UK and Canada, both of which happened to be the launch countries. In the UK the device has sold like hotcakes since its launch. Now it is going to be the turn of those based in the US to pamper themselves with the latest BlackBerry Q10.
Subscribers to T-Mobile service would be the first to get the Q10 when it launches in the US. The tentative launch date is set at June 5th with the pre-order process already underway for business customers. Verizon subscribers though need not despair since the QWERTY enabled Q10 will be arriving at the Big Red juts a day later on the 6th of June. The carrier too is accepting pre-orders for the Q10 where it has been priced at $199.99.
AT&T has also started up a page where its subscribers could place pre orders for the Q10. Pre-order requires users to register and the time when the service provider receives their lot of the Q10, the same would be made available to the customers. Release dates when the carrier would be able to give its customers the real gadget is however not yet mentioned on the site.
Sprint, the other network service provider of reckoning in the US has been silent on the BlackBerry Q10 issue. Once again no dates been given with only a promise of being available before summer this year being indicated by them.
Interested customers would need to keep eyes and ears open for checking out the date of release of the Blackberry Q10.