BlackBerry Z30 With 5 Inch Touch Screen Coming To India on Oct 24

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    Despite heavy losses and a massive fall in market share, Blackkberry seems to be resilient. The Canadian smartphone maker is expected to launch its recently unveiled 5-inch smartphone, Z30, in India on October 24. Like almost all of its releases this year, the phone runs Blakcberry OS 10 version 10.2.

    Also known as the A10 or A-Series under the codename 'aristo', the handset was unveiled at an event in Kuala Lumpur last month. It happens to be the company's new flagship and has taken the crown from the slightly smaller Z10, which happens to be a touch screen centered handset as well.

     

    Talking about the specifications, the handset uses a a 5-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution. For processing, it calls upon a 1.7 gigahertz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, which is obsolete when compared to other flagship handsets, all of which come packed with the latest Snapdragon 800. There's 2GB of RAM for some solid multi-tasking and a 2880 mAh capacity removable battery, which should keep the handset running for more than a day. The phablet has about 16GB of internal memory and an option to expand up to 64GB using a microSD card.

    However, despite having garnered good reviews from the tech community, Blackberry has not been able to sell too many Z30 handsets in international markets. Combining an OS that has very few third party apps along with obsolete hardware, the company's handsets are no longer popular among the masses.

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