CNET, but has not been confirmed by either BlackBerry or Sprint. The BlackBerry A10 is said to feature the same all-touchscreen design as the Z10, and will become the new high-end offering when it launches for the holiday season. That will push the Z10 and Q10 to the middle tier, and leave the Q5 as BlackBerry's low-end option. Unfortunately, there is no word on what to expect from the hardware itself.The report comes from
But, CNET claims that a source close to Sprint has confirmed that the carrier will be offering the A10, despite the fact that Sprint does not offer the Z10. This is not an exclusive agreement though, so it's likely that the A10 will also make its way to Verizon and AT&T at least, both of which offered the Z10.