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Poll: Can new BlackBerry Q10 win back Android and iPhone converts?

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Poll: Can new BlackBerry Q10 win back converts and retain loyalists?

The BlackBerry Q10 wants to win back Android and iPhone converts and re-energize the faithful. Does it appeal to you? Take our poll. Read more

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