When BlackBerry announced that its first BlackBerry 10 smartphone would be a high-end full touch device, industry watchers cried that the company’s savior would be the keyboard-equipped BlackBerry Q10*and it should have debuted first. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, however, launching the Q10 first might not have made any difference. The paper spoke with various executives at wireless carriers and cell phone retailers across the United States and Canada, and it came away stating that sales of BlackBerry’s Q10 smartphone have been “dismal.” “We saw virtually no demand for the Q10 and eventually returned most to our equipment vendor,” one owner of 16 Midwestern cell phone retail stores said. The Journal also spoke with*Jeff Trachsel,{br}{br}View the Entire Article{br}