BlackBerry, CEO, Thorsten Heins, is a busy man these days. After announcing the BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10 earlier this year, the Canadian manufacturer is set to announce two more handsets. Mr. Heins in an interview given to CNET pours out his intention to announce a high-end device later this year.
As of now, the BBQ10 is the flagship device, but soon expect a better version coming near to you later this year. This year, ardent BlackBerry fans could see totaled four handsets from the makers behind BlackBerry Bold.
As per report, one handset would be a mid-tier handset while the second one could make you say ‘wow.' Mr. Heins is optimistic about that ‘exciting ‘handset; it would take BlackBerry 10 OS to another level. He also said that the Jesus phone should be out at the time of holidays, but the release date could shift back to early 2014 release. However, the tech vendor didn't specify the specifications of the device.
"There's one new product I'm really excited about, but I can't really share it," he told CNET. So, that means one could see another stellar handset from the BlackBerry catalog to arrive later this year. Is BlackBerry to announce a quad-core based BlackBerry Z10 with native Full HD display?
It could happen, no one is denying to this fact. After all, now a day's every manufacturer has come with a high powered device. The current BlackBerry Z10 which sells upwards of Rs.40, 000, has a 4.2-inch display with resolution of 768 X 1280 pixels, 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, 2GB of RAM, expandable memory, user replaceable battery, 16GB of internal storage, dual core 1.5-GHz processor and 1,800mAh battery. Recently, BlackBerry claimed that their latest wonder - BlackBerry Z10 declared hit in the Indian market.
Many were thinking before the announcement of BlackBerry 10 OS that the company would stick to touch screen devices for now on. But the manufacturer also announced BlackBerry Q10, a touch-cum-type smartphone, for hardcore BlackBerry junkies alongside BlackBerry Z10. Recently, Google's Chief Executive Eric Schmidt, were admitted to the fact that he still use BlackBerry smartphone due to its fantastic keypad. Stay tuned to GizBot.