Back in the old time, when BlackBerry was known as Research in Motion, they desired to make sure that developers pumped up BlackBerry applications store with sufficient applications to keep users interested in the new operating system. To fulfill this aim, the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha A was launched & it was followed by the upgraded BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha B variant. Both of these smartphones aided developers to test their works to witness how they would actually appear on what would be the BlackBerry Z10.
As the display dimensions & resolution for the forthcoming BlackBerry Q10 is a lot dissimilar than the touchscreen on the BlackBerry Z10. As a consequence, BlackBerry had to grant developers a method to witness how their applications will work on the 3.1inches, 720 x 720 pixels resolution display. Therefore, the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha C phone was born. And similar to the initial two variants the Company would like to witness as many developers as possible get one so that they could assist stock the store with applications for the QWERTY flaunting Q10.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins stated on Tuesday that the BlackBerry Q10 will be made accessible for every participating network 6 to 8 weeks after the release of the BlackBerry Z10. That implies developers have to work fast with the initial QWERTY flaunting BlackBerry 10 smartphones anticipated to be launched in the middle of March to early April.
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