Canadian tech vendor BlackBerry might have a fear of failure in the near future, but that doesn't mean the BBM maker is not working on a high-end device. BlackBerry's last major device Q10, a mash up of QWERTY cum touch failed to click with target audience.
The company is facing crisis, as the tech vendor could announce a buyer by November. What next? For BlackBerry, there is a need to prove that BlackBerry branded phones still have takers. Middle East, India, Indonesia and Malaysia are few selected places, where the demand for Blackberry handsets still exists.
Reportedly, BlackBerry is planning to announce it's much hyped Z30 on September 18 in France, India and Malaysia. The full touch phone is rumored to be made available on AT&T and Sprint in the US. We had reported many times about BlackBerry's first phablet device - BB Z30. The phone is said to be similar to BlackBerry Z10.
Now, fresh pictures of side-by-side comparison between BlackBerry Z30 and Sony's recently launched Xperia Z1 were uploaded on CrackBerry forum. It seems that the supposed BB Z30 is still not ready to be shipped; however, that software running inside the device would be final.
"This time around, the Z30 is looking a bit more polished but still showing some serial numbers on it indicating, it's still not yet a retail device but possibly one sent off for carrier testing, the terrible case handed out adds to that theory." , as per the blog post.
We have no idea when BlackBerry would announce BlackBerry Z30. It is suspected that BlackBerry will be able to announce the device before November under any circumstances.
Here's a quick look at the rumored specifications of BlackBerry Z30. Take a look!
The BlackBerry Z30 will have a 5-inch 720p HD display, 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, an 8-mega pixel rear facing camera and a 2-mega pixel front facing shooter, 16GB of internal memory ( expandable up to 64GB via a microSD card), a 2,800mAh Li Ion battery, 4GLTE , WFi, among other talked about features. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.