Sprint's BlackBerry Q10 arrives Aug. 30 for $200

The physical keyboard lives on in BlackBerry's Q10 smartphone, which features BlackBerry's newest OS.


Sprint's fans who have been waiting for word on the BlackBerry Q10 can finally stop gnashing their teeth; the carrier will begin selling the QWERTY-equipped smartphone on August 30 for $199.99 on contract.

That's the same retail price you'll find on Verizon and AT&T, though T-Mobile's version falls under a different pricing structure.

Beyond its excellent physical keyboard, the BlackBerry Q10 is also 4G LTE-capable in Sprint's 4G markets, and possesses long battery life. Check out CNET's full BlackBerry Q10 review for video, photos, and all the details.

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