BlackBerry’s newest keyboard-equipped smartphone, the Q10, launched in Canada Wednesday.
The phone targets BlackBerry’s traditional client base of business people who have a strong attachment to a physical keyboard — something that was missing in the touch-screen BlackBerry Z10 that launched earlier this year and uses the same new operating system as the Q10.
“Look, between arthritis and a general lack of co-ordination brought on by a decaying amount of gray matter, we can’t figure out how to use a virtual keyboard,” said Brendan Caldwell, the 42-year-old CEO of Caldwell Investment Management, speaking on behalf of many “older” people. “That’s just how it goes.”
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