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Blackberry Z30 Leaked In New Hands-On Video

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BlackBerry is looking for a buyer for the company, but until then, the company will still needs to make big moves to find buyers for its phones.

A full hands-on video of the as-yet unreleased Blackberry Z30 has appeared on Vietnamese website Cellphone S. The 5-inch screen-toting BlackBerry 10 powered handset looks similar to the likes of the already-on-sale BlackBerry Z10 and Q5. The video footage showcases the BlackBerry Z30 and its AMOLED 1,290 x 720p resolution display with a 295ppi image density. 

There are plenty of screens to view as the Vietnamese tester scrolls through the operating system, but you could get the same by looking at one of the current models. The interesting stuff lies in the fact that, if true, the Z30 will very much be a statement phone. Its 5-inch AMOLED display may be rumoured to have only a 720p resolution, but it’s certainly big enough.

Although there’s no official launch date for the BlackBerry Z30 from the Canadian smartphone manufacturer, the fact that the smartphone already has an AT&T logo on the rear from the US network provider could suggest that the 5-inch smartphone will be unveiled imminently. 

Other reported specs for the BlackBerry Z30, aka the BlackBerry A10, include an 8-megapixel camera on the back. On the inside, the phone is expected to rock a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. It’s certainly nothing too surprising and isn’t anything groundbreaking, but we’d say BlackBerry loyalists will get a kick out of the new phone.

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Shivaank Rana
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Crucy717
Crucy717

Still just a Dual-core processor?? Shame!!