The company formerly known as Research In Motion unveiled its newest handset today, the BlackBerry Z10, which runs on the brand new BlackBerry 10 platform.
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Attendees at the launch event were given Z10 devices to take home to review, which means we had to spend some time unboxing the device for the camera. The phone itself is quite beautiful. It's sleek, understated and modern.
Inside the box we found the Z10 along with the basic accessories and packaging you expect in a smartphone. It also included an accessory we didn't expect to see: a holster case for the Z10. Yes, that's right, a holster. BlackBerry might have a new phone, a new OS and a new company name but some old habits die hard.
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We're not sure if the Z10 and BlackBerry 10 are enough to reverse BlackBerry's fortunes but we're excited to see how this develops.
This story originally published on Mashable here.