BlackBerry Philippines just confirmed the availability of the new BlackBerry Q10 handset in the country.\u00a0 The BlackBerry Q10 will be commercially available starting June 7 and if you\u2019re interested in purchasing one, be prepared to shell out P31,990 for a prepaid variant. \u00a0That\u2019s not cheap by any means and personally, I\u2019m not so sure if the features and specs of the handset justify the hefty price tag. The BlackBerry Q10, just like the Z10, is one of the top phones from BlackBerry and it\u2019s the first QWERTY phone to run on the new BlackBerry 10 OS.\u00a0 The launch of the BlackBerry Q10 is very important to the company since it makes use of the new OS and combines it with the QWERTY platform that made BlackBerry very popular. Needless to say, one of the selling features of the BlackBerry Q10, apart from the OS, of course, is the re-engineered physical QWERTY keyboard.\u00a0 This is ideal for people who still prefer the convenience of the physical keyboard over the virtual type. \u00a0According to BlackBerry, the QWERTY keyboard features a wider layout and larger keys.\u00a0 That should please users who found the usual BlackBerry keyboard a bit cramped. For the main hardware specs, the BlackBerry Q10 has a 3.1-inch AMOLED touch display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM and LTE connectivity. \u00a0It has a large-capacity battery that should make this phone a favorite of those working in a corporate setting. The BlackBerry Q10 is available in black and white.