BlackBerry Q10 Goes On pre Order in India

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BlackBerry Q10 was announced on January 30 along with BlackBerry Z10 is finally up in the e-commerce sectors in India. BlackBerry Q10, which is the first BlackBerry 10 operating system based QWERTY keyboard based handset is already up for pre-booking on Snapdeal and is listed on Saholic at a price of Rs 1,000.

The online retailer has not announced the price yet but it was reported that they claimed that the phone would arrive by third week of June. BlackBerry also recently launched the EMI scheme on Z10 and Curve 9220 and here it comes again with yet another device Q10.

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BlackBerry Q10 Goes On pre Order in India

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Talking about the specs, this new device has a classic flat body with a physical QWERTY keyboard. On top of the key rows rests a silver strip that makes the keyboard look like guitar's fret board. It comes with a 3.1 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 720 x 720 resolution at 330 PPI and also has Touch On Lens.

The Q10 sports a 8MP rear camera with LED flash, Auto Focus, 5X digital zoom along with 1080p HD video recording and 2MP front facing camera for video chat. The device is powered by a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus, Cortex-A9 processor dialed to 1.5GHz and is backd by 2GB RAM.

The Q10 has an internal storage capacity of 16GB which is again expandable up to 64GB via microSD card. Regarding connectivity, it offers WiFi, 4G, 3G GPS, NFC, microUSB, microHDMI, Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy, 4G LTE.

Other features include BlackBerry 10 OS, PowerVR SGX544, BlackBerry maps, and the device is powered by Li-Ion 2100 mAh battery. There are no mentions about the price as of now as but the device is reported to hit the stores soon.

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