Just in case you don't like that outlandish, buttonless Z10 thing.
BlackBerry unveiled BlackBerry 10 at the end of January, and though it unveiled the Z10 and Q10, it was clear the former was the favourite child.
The flagship Z10 was the company's attempt to catch up with the touchscreen market, which is often dominated by buttonless handsets like the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy, and it has shipped one million units since launch.
But now, BlackBerry is reverting back to its wacky button-based technology to accommodate customers that prefer the QWERTY keypad, and announces the Q10 will hit the UK at the end of April.
It name drops Carphone Warehouse as a seller of the handset, and the retailer is now taking Q10 pre-orders across O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Three, EE and TalkMobile.
Meanwhile, Phones4u is also offering the Q10, and is will provide the BlackBerry PlayBook to the first 300 buyers of the device. The company is providing the phone for free from £36 a month on contracts or £549.95 SIM-free.