At January's BlackBerry 10 launch event, the company introduced two new phones, the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10, and a new platform optimized for touch computing called the BlackBerry 10.
The BlackBerry Z10, available for preorder on AT&T for $200 starting March 12, is a black sheep in the thumb-tapping BlackBerry universe. The phone will be available online and in retail stores on March 22. The company's newest device has no physical keyboard — just a 4.2-inch display designed for precise touch input. It seems that BlackBerry is attempting to compete with the likes of Apple and Android touchscreen devices, and with such a competitive price, it may have a good shot.
BlackBerry also announced a new smartphone for its core button-clicking fan base, the Q10, which has touch capability and a keyboard. The Q10 won't be available until April, and the company has kept mum on pricing and availability information.
Click on to take a closer look at what's under the hood of BlackBerry's newest devices.