BlackBerry Z3: An Entry Level Handset To Be Launched Soon

By Vivek
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BlackBerry has been making up to the headlines quite often these days and because of the company's instant messaging app BBM, the Canadian smartphone maker is being talked about in the market in a loud tone.

BlackBerry Z3: An Entry Level Handset To Be Launched Soon

 

However this time around, the company's upcoming BlackBerry Z3 smartphone is reportedly said to be launched soon in Indonesia. According to an interview with BlackBerry CEO John Chen that was published over the weekend, Chen is flying to Indonesia next week for the launch of the Z3.

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To refresh on the device, it is designed by contract manufacturer Foxconn. Not only that but the BlackBerry Z3 is also warehoused by the company. On the other hand, if you wonder what BlackBerry is doing, it is only going to provide software and do the marketing campaign for the handset.

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In terms of the specs of the device, the entry level BlackBerry handset will feature a 5 inch screen like the BlackBerry Z30, but with a lower resolution screen of 540 x 960. The device is powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor with 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB of native storage. The smartphobne is priced at under $200 (approx. Rs. 12,015). But in this range there are already anumber of device available in the market.

And since Nokia has also entered into the Android market now, it will be a tough time for BlackBerry to reach the expected position with the particular handset.

Related: MWC 2014: BlackBerry Officially Launches BlackBerry Z3 And Q20

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