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Look Out, Apple: Here Comes BlackBerry

By Andrew Tonner - Apr 13, 2013 at 9:00PM

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Is this BlackBerry's chance to reclaim some serious market share?

BlackBerry has rolled out its Z10 smartphone with the new BB10 operating system. In this video, Andrew Tonner reviews this product launch and the future launch of the Q10 smartphone. The Z10 has a touchscreen that may not appeal to BlackBerry loyalists, so the future launch of the Q10 with a keyboard may be a more critical launch, since it should appeal to these customers. The Q10 will reportedly sell for around $200 with a three-year contract.

Andrew says this series of product launches may help BlackBerry in the short run, but many analysts are bearish on the company's long-term prospects. Check out the video for more details.

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