- Size (LWH): 2.63 inches, 0.41 inches, 4.71 inches
- Weight: 4.96 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 13.5 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 349 hours
Blackberry Q10 Unlocked Cellphone, 16GB, Black
- 2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 3G: 850 / 1900 / 2100 4G: LTE 700 / 850 / 1700 / 1900
- 3.1" Super AMOLED Capacitive Multi-Touchscreen + Full Physical QWERTY keyboard
- BlackBerry 10 (upgradable), Dual-Core 1.5 GHz Krait Processor, Chipset: Snapdragon S4, Adreno 225 Graphics
- 10 Megapixel Camera (3264 x 2448 pixels) w/ Autofocus & LED Flash + Front-Facing 2 Megapixel Camera
- Internal Memory: 16GB, 2GB RAM + microSD Slot Expandable up to 64GB
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
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First, you need to know about me and what I do. I'm in sales...I travel a LOT for work..15-20 flights a year, extensive heavy driving around the New England/NYC Metro area for work. I manage a team of 8 salespeople and responsible for Sales Enablement and Development for the entire company coast to coast.
It's important to mention that because I need a phone that allows me to be productive.
The problem today with smartphone industry is that they have gone 85% marketing to the casual consumer and 15% to the power user.
Then I laugh at people who call themselves power users. To me, power users are not the You Tube surfing, video watching, game playing, constant texting consumer. That would be my daughter or sons.
Power users do find a need for those features, but for me, productivity combined with need for occasional use of those features in important.
What phones have I used? I started with a Blackberry Pearl back in 2005 or 2006 (can't remember) when they first released that device. LOVED IT. It was small, intuitive, and did what I wanted.
I gradually went to Curve and when the Bold series hit the market, I was in heaven.Read more ›
First of all, let me say that although I'm giving the phone 5 stars, I am in NO WAY saying it is a perfect phone. There are definitely faults in the OS, and I will detail all of them in this review. It is a 5 star phone for me since I love having a physical keyboard and the problems it has are problems that can be fixed with a software update. And I am actively participating in their beta zone program to make sure these issues are brought to their attention so that they will be fixed.
Let me start with what you'll see right away when you pick up the phone. The build quality of this phone is top notch. I'm actually a little sick of the plastic and glass slabs that make up 90% of the phone market. The only ones of those phones that stand out are the original iPhone with the metal back, and the HTC One. The back of this device looks like carbon fiber. Everyone's first thought is that it must be fake. It is actually a proprietary material they made for this device, they call "glass weave" so it's actually really close to being carbon fiber and it's 100% legit, not just a pattern printed on plastic. The fret going across the back above the battery door is stainless steel. The bezel surrounding the phone is black, but it's actually steel, so still not plastic. The frets in between the keys are stainless steel as well. So basically, the only plastic you'll ever touch while using this phone are the individual keys on the keyboard. To me, regardless of how nice the HTC One is compared to the other slabs, it's still just a slab of glass on a slab of metal.Read more ›
I miss the PIXEL precision of the trackpad. The Q10 has the precision of a THUMBPRINT. When web browsing, you must enlarge the screen with a combination two onscreen and simultaneous finger `gestures', then when all you can view is a small but grossly oversized section of the webpage, you attempt to click the right hyperlink with the mash of a fingerprint. I also miss the ability to answer or end a call with a single click (though I've since learned that there is a well hidden secret combo that will end an incoming call; this is allegedly achieved by touching and holding the answer bar and then performing an upwards swiping finishing move). This interface is reminiscent to those hidden passages in 8-bit Zelda where you randomly push on wall segments to eventually find that invisible doorway. Single clicking the physical answer and end call buttons on legacy hardware is LIGHTYEARS beyond the trial and error swiping experience of OS10.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great phone, fits nice in my hand, not much of a learning curve in terms of operation. It is so comfortable to use it is hard to put it down. Read morePublished 10 days ago by gwilly
Excellent and New product with original box and accesories.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Better than a iphone and nostalgic. Apps are tricky to install, but if you know how to use .apk files and get into the root, you're golden.Published 16 days ago by Adam K.
fast delivery and very good new item. packing looks safty. thanks. 한국에서 사용하기 위해 구매하였습니다. 100-3이고 양품이였어요.Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
bought cause I lost my old one..... yesterday I found my old one..... decided to keep the new one anyway :)Published 18 days ago by Janet L Shupp
A compromise but not much to choose from in a small form factor BlackBerry. I compared to and also bought the BlackBerry Classic which I much preferred coming from a Bold 9780. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Larry S.
This product exploded while charging just barely two months....Published 22 days ago by Evans Iyamu