The latest mobile phone from BlackBerry has arrived in the form of the Q5, which offers a budget-friendly device running the company's newest operating system.
It was first revealed at the firm's BlackBerry Live conference so the specifications have been on the internet for a fair amount of time.
The BB10-enabled device will have the trademark QWERTY keyboard associated with the Canadian brand, as well as 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 8GB internal storage.
Phones4U and Carphone Warehouse have both confirmed they will be offering the BlackBerry Q5, but there have been no details about what networks it will support or whether a sim-free option will be available.
O2 has told TechRadar that it won't be stocking the BlackBerry Q5 and the other networks like Three, EE and Vodafone are staying pretty muted about it.
Although some retailers have confirmed they will be stocking the device its a relatively low-key response compared to what you'd expect from a flagship device with very few details being available such as pre-order date.
Posted by Samantha Green