With iPhone and Android working in tandem to bully them out of the market, BlackBerry makes somewhat of a last ditch attempt to resurrect their fading brand with the BlackBerry Z10. Touted as the first Blackberry to run the Blackberry 10 operating system, the Z10 moves away from the physical keyboard that the company has clung to for so long in favor of a 4.2″ touchscreen with a virtual keyboard. Embedded above the 1280 x 768 display is a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, with a more accomplished 8-megapixel one affixed to the rear. With a sleeker form factor, two color options, 2GB of RAM, micro-USB and micro-HMDI ports, will this be the answer to all of BlackBerry’s problems? We’re not so sure, but at least it’s a step in the right direction. The Z10 will be available this March on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint.