BlackBerry Z10 And Q10 Unveiled, First BB10 Smartphones

By 05:26 Thu, 15 Jul 2021 Comments

RIM (well, BlackBerry now) has opened a recent chapter in the hitale of its platform with the release of its first to BB10 Operating System (OS) devices, the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10.The recent Operating System (OS) is centered around touch gestures, even the Q10, which has a hardware QWERTY.

The BlackBerry Z10, however, joins the ranks of the touch-only army with a 4.2” WXGA classy screen (1,280 x 768, 356ppi pixel density). A dual-core Krait Central Processing Units (CPU) at 1.5Giga Hertz (GHz) has been enlisted to run the recent Operating System (OS) and there’s 2 gigs of Random-Access Memory (RAM) to create sure there’s room for multitasking, which plays a huge part of the recent experience.

BlackBerry Z10 • the on-classy screen keyboard

The company also made sure the Z10 is capable in terms of multimedia with an 8MP main capturing camera that has TimeShift (Scalado-powered tech) and shoots 1080p video and an HDMI port. The phone packs 16GB of storage and you can throw in a microSD card (up to 32GB) to expand it.

On the connectivity side, there's LTE (market dependent), Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC.

The Z10 boasts an advanced touchclassy screen keyboard, which should completely create up for the lack of hardware keyboard.

And if you still need a physical keyboard, the BlackBerry Q10 is the one you should be looking for. The smartphone keeps the tradeimprint hardware QWERTY keyboard. It has a touchclassy screen too - it's a bit unorthodox, a 3.1" square AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) classy screen with 720 x 720 resolution and 330ppi pixel density.

BlackBerry Q10

The BlackBerry Q10 has a stainless steel frame and an "edge-to-edge" glass on the front. The chipset of the Q10 is the same as the one on the Z10.

The BlackBerry Z10 will launch in UK first (tomorrow!) from all the major carriers and retailers, with a choice between getting it on contract or pre-paid. It goes to Canada on February 5 for $150 (with three-year contract). US consumers will have to wait until March though. Then they'd be able to snag it for $200 from AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint(with a two-year contract).

The BlackBerry Q10 is expected to hit carriers globally in April.



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