You must have heard about the phone Z5 that BlackBerry axed about one and a half year back. The handset was initially rumored to launch alongside the company Q5 QWERTY handset last year, but didn't make it then.
If you are not aware, this was the full touch handset like the BlackBerry Z10 and the specs were also pretty decent and if it would have been launched, it would be somewhat at the range of the BlackBerry Q5 smartphone.
Surprisingly, the smartphone has now appeared online on its full glory in a form of gallery of images. These images come courtesy of Vietnamese website techrum.
BlackBerry cancelled the phone, which was codenamed the Cafe. The Z5 was brought out of the league by the manufacturer after the company signed a five year deal with Foxconn which is now the manufacturer who is now responsible for design and production of entry-level models for the emerging markets. But it is still not sure whether this one will launch anytime soon or even whether it will ever launch at all or not.
But the device looks pretty tempting and if the specs are also something that will fascinate the mid-range buyers. The phone was said to feature a 4.5 inch display churning the pixel density of 300ppi. It was to be powered by a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 S4 processor with 1.5GB of RAM. Other specs included 8GB of native storage 5MP rear camera, 1.3MP front facing camera, and a 2100mAh battery.