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White BlackBerry Q10 available in UK, will it help boost sales for BB?


According to recent reports, a white colored unlocked version of the BlackBerry Q10 is available for purchase through United Kingdom retailer named Clover. This new smartphone is identical to the black colored Blackberry Q10 that is already available in the market and has the same price tag as well.

So once again, Blackberry tries to make a mark in the UK with its newly launched white Blackberry Q10. As mentioned earlier, this new white colored Blackberry Q10 has the same price tag and also has an identical hardware configuration. The white Blackberry Q10 has been priced at £534.99 (taxes included), so consumers can now choose between black and white color options without having to worry about the cost.

Blackberry-Q10-White-1The Blackberry Q10 has a 3.1-inch display and has a screen resolution of 720 x 720 pixels at 328 ppi. The device is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, PowerVR GPU and 2GB of RAM. Other important features include an 8MP primary camera, 16GB of internal storage and a microSD card support of up to 64GB.

The arrival of the white Blackberry Q10 is definitely an exciting news for consumers in UK, but we will have to wait and watch if this new color option will be able to turn some heads and get good sales figures. With other competitors like the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One and Apple iPhone 5 taking over the market, we doubt if this new white Blackberry Q10 will really be able to make a major difference in sales for BB.

A separate report from Deutsche Bank analyst Brian Modoff says that U.K. sales representatives prefer to market the above mentioned smartphones to their consumers instead of the Blackberry Q10 (now including the white color option as well). And we are also interested in knowing what you think about this new smartphone, so do let us know – would you choose the BB Q10 or something else?

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