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T-Mobile announces that it will carry the BlackBerry Q10

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T-Mobile announces that it will carry the BlackBerry Q10
T-Mobile has announced on Wednesday that it will offer the QWERTY equipped BlackBerry Q10. And starting on April 29th, business customers of the carrier can register for the device. This is not a commitment like a pre-order, but is merely a way for the carrier to inform you when the phone is ready to be reserved. The latest buzz around the Mr. Coffee machine is that the second BlackBerry 10 phone will launch in late May. Originally, the mobile operator was not expected to offer the BlackBerry Q10, but has apparently changed its mind, which has to be a good sign for the Canadian manufacturer.

Unlike the BlackBerry Z10 with its 4.2 inch glass, the BlackBerry Q10 has a much smaller 3.1 inch 720x720 box. This means that the number of apps available for the model at launch will be smaller than the number that was available for the first BlackBerry 10 phone. Some of the social apps that will be found on BlackBerry World for the Q10 when it is released will include BlackBerry Messenger, Facebook, Foursquare, LinkedIn and Twitter. Among the business tools expected to be available are both Dropbox and SALESNow. For those news junkies, expect to see apps for the New York Times, USA Today, and the Wall Street Journal. Game players will be happy to see Angry Birds, Need for Speed Undercover, Bejeweled 2 and the New York Times Crossword.

If you are a T-Mobile business customer who wants to register for the BlackBerry Q10, bookmark this story, come back next Monday and click on this link.

source: T-Mobile via BerryReview, Engadget

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