The BlackBerry Q10 may not topping many wishlists or shopping lists nowadays, but it’s still the most technically impressive device out there to come with a physical QWERTY-keyboard in tow. Which is why it’s odd to see Sprint still not carry it, despite the other three major U.S. carriers doing so since June.
And it’s even odder to think that Sprint also doesn’t sell the Z10, the other existent high-end (ish) BlackBerry smartphone. But rumor has it that this will all change by the end of this month. At least as far as the Q10 is concerned, as you may still remember that the Z10 is not headed to America’s number three wireless network. Ever.
According to CrackBerry, probably the blog with the most accurate track record regarding BlackBerry rumors and leaks, Sprint’s Q10 is still “in testing,” but will land later this August. No words on pricing yet, though looking at Verizon and AT&T there’s only one number that comes to mind – $200 with two-year contracts.
Meanwhile, T-Mobile has the QWERTY-toting handheld available for no upfront cost, but with a pricing structure that includes 24 monthly payments of 25 bucks each. Hmm, decisions, decisions.