After months of waiting and numerous releases in other countries, finally the United States (specifically AT&T) will have the new Blackberry Z10 starting March 22.
Blackberry has said that the delay, other countries have had the device since it's initial launch earlier this year, was due to specific testing for US carriers. Despite the excuse, it looks like March will be the month that the device finally hits the shelves.
There has never been a release so important to Blackberry before. The company is trying to rebuild it's market share and it's brand after losing so much customer loyalty to rivals brands Apple and Android.
Pre-orders for the device begin tomrrow, March 12th, according to AT&T's website.
The big deal about this release is simply this; the sales of the Z10 will really show if Blackberry has found something to bring them back into relevancy. With the new features of the Blacberry 10, it's time to see if the research, time and money spend will pay off for the company, or if it's simply too late.
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I believe it may be too late.