Gold BlackBerry Q10 Now Available at £1,597 ($2,474 / €1,884)

The handset packs all the features and specs of the original BlackBerry Q10

A new flavor of the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone is now available for purchase, all dressed up in Gold, just as officially confirmed last week.

The handset, listed on this page on Goldgenie, sports a price tag of £1,597 ($2,474 / €1,884), as Pocket-lint notes in a recent article.

The Gold flavor of the Blackberry Q10 has been made available for purchase SIM-free and unlocked, while packing the same features as the original smartphone from the Canadian phone maker BlackBerry.

However, unlike that device, the new mobile phone comes to the market with a 24 carat gold bezel, while being delivered in a special luxury finish box.

“This truly unique and exquisite BlackBerry has a 24ct. Gold plated bezel around outside housing and 24ct. Gold integrated panel below key pad,” the company notes.

BlackBerry Q10, the first QWERTY-enabled smartphone to arrive on shelves with the new BlackBerry 10 operating system loaded on top, was officially released only a few weeks ago, and is currently available for purchase in a handful of countries.

“The Gold BlackBerry Q10 comes with a 3.14-inch screen, enhanced BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard and the new BB10 operating system with 16GB of [memory] and 4G LTE. Sim FREE available to use on any network worldwide,” Goldgenie also notes.

The smartphone can deliver a 720 x 720 pixel resolution, sports 2GB of RAM, a dual-core processor, a microSD memory card slot, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, and built-in GPS receiver.

The specs list of the BlackBerry Q10 also includes an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, along with a front camera for making video calls, and all the features and capabilities that the new BlackBerry 10 operating system was released with.

“Innovative in design and ultra-thin compared to its predecessor (9900 bold) the BlackBerry Q10 smartphones iconic design, complete customized sculpted surfaces, makes this the lightest BlackBerry to date and the most user friendly,” Goldgenie explains.

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