The handset is exclusive to the Middle East, and comes in white with gold-coloured, stainless steel frame, BlackBerry said. The device will also come with a gold-accented handset and a protective leather sleeve.
BlackBerry is also throwing in a range of “unique” BlackBerry PIN numbers for anyone who buys the special edition device.
Under the cover, the device is identical to the existing Q10. You get a 3.1-inch Super AMOLED touch screen, the BlackBerry 10 operating system and the characteristic BlackBerry keyboard.
The device was made available to buy at the BlackBerry store in Dubai Mall on Monday.