Thewill cost £350 when it lands next month, according to the first price revealed by an online shop.
Now, we're going to take this one with a pinch of salt: retailers have spotted the potential for grabbing headlines -- like this one -- if they're first to announce a price for a new phone or gadget, even if it's not officially confirmed.
So, the actual price may be different, but does £350 sound right to you, or way over the odds?
The Q5 is BlackBerry's third phone powered by the latestsoftware. It follows the touchscreen-tastic and Qwerty-equipped , and is designed to be the cheapest BB10 phone so far.
It also boasts a 3.1-inch touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera and dual-core processor with 2GB of RAM. The Q5 comes in red, black, white and pink.
Now that BlackBerry isfor free, I struggle to think of any reason to buy BB. But each to their own: maybe some people just can't quit those clicky keys.
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