RIM has undergone a Facelift and now acquired the name BlackBerry. Along with their debut Operating System and Z10 touch screen BB10 operated smartphone, the company has announced its brand new Q10 smartphones with QWERTY key pad. The company has cleared that Z10 will be the first to arrive in the markets and Q10 will only be reaching after six to eight weeks. Though not much of the specs of the phone are revealed, there are some features that we could understand from the available limited sources.
The Q10 smartphone has a premium look with its steel band around the middle and the 'glass weave' back plate. It is well shaped and really smooth to touch. The 10.3mm-thick body seems a bit dumpy when compared to its all-touch twin the Z10. The phone has 139g weight.
The Q10 comes with a display of a 720×720 Super AMOLED 3.1-inch. The screen is pretty catchy with its incredible viewing angles. The blue-tinge, which is typical of AMOLED implementations, is absent in the screen. The device has 330 ppi pixel density. The phone can be called as a touch- physical key pad hybrid as it will be using some basic touch facilities to help the users in actions like scrolling and all. The key pad will be necessary only when you need some kind of typing. That is what to be understood from the reports.
The Q10 Smartphone has a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU. It has 2GB RAM and 16GB of on-board storage that can be expanded further through microSD card port. The device will be operated by the BB10 OS, which is the new release of the company. Not much details about its Camera, Battery and Internet connectivity are available, but of course the device comes with twin camera with an LED flash on the rear side. BlackBerry seems to have some plans to present the Q10 phones with improved and upgraded specs. There are chances that they might be waiting to get the first round of feedback from the users and analysts so that they can come up with a flawless Q10.
The release date and the price of Q10 are still unknown. It seems like we will have to wait another month or two get the device in our hands. We hope that BlackBerry will come up with more details about Q10 soon so that the world can decide whether it is worth to wait for its arrival in the market.
Here comes BlackBerry's pioneer BB10 operated phone with QWERTY key pad.
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