BlackBerry have revealed their latest flagship Smartphone the BlackBerry Z30. The Z30 is the successor to the Z10 and is a full touch screen device. The phone ships with BlackBerry OS 10.2 and opts for a 295ppi 1280 x 720 Super AMOLED display.
Internally the Z30 is powered by a dual core 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, 2GB of RAM and an Adreno 320 GPU putting it on par with similarly spec’d devices like the Moto X and Google Nexus 4. The Z30 uses a 2880 mAh battery internally which is slightly beefed up over the Z10 predecessor – though the battery is non-removable. The Z30 measures in at just 9.4mm thick, 140.7mm tall and 72mm wide due to the 5 inch display. Internal storage is at 16GB but with room for MicroSD expansion.
The BlackBerry Z30 will support 4G LTE, dual band b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC. The camera is nearly identical to that of the Z10 with a 2MP front and 8MP rear that are capable of 720p and 1080p video respectively. The Z30 also comes with an improved antenna for better reception in low signal areas and “natural sound” audio enhancements.
Pricing and availability was not announced though the UK and Middle East are expected to get the handset next week.
Image courtesy of BlackBerry, Information Via Engadget