It’s been a rough few years for BlackBerry, formerly Research In Motion. From execs jumping ship, to selling jets to make up for costs, and falling sales — BlackBerry has definitely seen less bruising days. But, a light bulb went off at the Canadian company, and BlackBerry 10.1 was born. Improvements, all around, and a new touchscreen slate smartphone — the Z10.
But, that was diverting from BlackBerry roots: you see, a real BlackBerry uses a QWERTY keyboard.
And this is it: the BlackBerry Q10. It’s supposed to compete with the likes of Samsung, Apple, and HTC. So, the question is: can it? And if so, should you buy it?