T-Mobile is reportedly going to launch the HTC One and BlackBerry Q10 nationwide on 5th June, which is next Wednesday. When the HTC One was initially released by T-Mobile, it was only available at some 300 retail and branded stores because HTC wasn’t able to keep up supplies with the demand. Since then HTC has doubled its production volume and it is likely that this is one of the reasons why T-Mobile is now able to offer the device at all of its retail and branded stores.

Same goes for the full QWERTY keyboard touting BlackBerry Q10 smartphone, which too will reportedly be available nationwide on 5th June. At first T-Mobile has only launched the Q10 for its business customers, starting next week the public will be able to waltz in to their nearest T-Mobile location and pick one up. For Simple Choice plan customers, T-Mobile will reportedly require a $99.99 up front payment in addition to equal monthly payments of $20 for two years. So one’s an Android powerhouse and the other is a rejuvenated and reinvented BlackBerry. Which of these two appeals to you the most?

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