Smartphone fans are in for a busy fall season this year. On top of Apple’s iPhone 5S, Samsung’s Galaxy Note III and the intriguing Moto X, it appears as though BlackBerry also has a new flagship smartphone in store. CNET reports that the BlackBerry A10 will be BlackBerry’s followup to the Z10. Like its predecessor, the A10 will feature a full-touch form factor, though additional details are unknown for the time being. The report claims BlackBerry’s new high-end phone will launch this coming November, and while multiple carriers are expected to support the device, the only one CNET could confirm for the time being is Sprint.
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