Both these devices have been extensively leaked online in the past couple of months. The Verge is now reporting that United Kingdom will perhaps one of the first countries to start selling BlackBerry Z10 smartphone. The website has got details from a Vodafone UK employee, who had shared internal communication that indicated that the telecom operator will start taking online orders for this smartphone 5:00 PM UK time on January 30.
Furthermore, the smartphones will be available in the stores from January 31. The Verge is also reporting that there will be number of bundled options available for consumers who are looking to buy BlackBerry 10 smartphone. The cheapest of the option will cost 25 pounds per month and will require the subscriber to shell out 229 pounds up front and will give them 100MB of free data, unlimited SMS and 100 minutes of free talktime.
The reports also indicate that initially only the black BlackBerry Z10 smartphone will be available and only by mid-February will the white colour option will make it to the retail stores. Earlier reports had indicated that the unlocked smartphone will cost 490 pounds.
There have been news reports suggesting that RIM will be offering BlackBerry Z10 smartphone in Canada starting February 5. The details in regards to the launch in other countries is a little sketchy as of now but guess one will not have to wait for long the know launch details and pricing for all markets.