BlackBerry Z10, the first smartphone in BlackBerry’s lineup to arrive on shelves with the new BlackBerry 10 operating system loaded on top, has been launched in two new markets, namely Beirut and Turkey.
BlackBerry Middle East has announced on Twitter the launch of the smartphone in Beirut, while also unveiling that it will go up for sale in Turkey as soon as today, via two wireless carriers, CrackBerry notes.
As usual, the Canadian handset vendor is pushing the new device to countries where it has the most market share, though it should not be too long before it will release it in other markets as well.
In late January, the smartphone was made available for purchase in the UK, followed by Canada on February 5. Users in the United States, however, will have to wait a few more weeks before they can purchase the device.