We waited a long time to get our hands on the BlackBerry Z10, so when it came time to work on our BlackBerry Z10 review we put some extra effort into upping the production quality on our videos. That being the case, and our Z10 review being *really long* making it easy to skip over the videos, I'm writing it up as a standalone post for your viewing pleasure.
Overall, we really love the Z10's hardware. Considering the Z10 loses all of the easily-recognizable iconic traits of the traditional BlackBerry -- including the keyboard, trackpad and menu / back buttons -- somehow BlackBerry's industrial design team still managed to make the Z10 look like a BlackBerry. Looking at the Z10, BlackBerry aficionados will recognize elements of both the Porsche Design P'9981 BlackBerry Smartphone and the PlayBook tablet. From the P'9981, the Z10 borrows the edge to edge glass design that sits in a single, solid frame that spans the length of the phone. From the PlayBook come the softly-rounded corners and the great feeling soft touch rubber back.
Hit up the video above for the video walk tour of the Z10's hardware, and for much more detail on the BlackBerry Z10's hardware design, specs and our impressions, check out our review below.
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