RIM wants to get back in the smartphone market and wants to do it in style and that is why today unveiled two new devices, BlackBerry Z10 and Q10, fitted with both the new and redesigned operating system BlackBerry 10. Another important news is that the name of the company will no longer be RIM but from now on it will be the only brand BlackBerry.
Among the two devices, the Z10 stands out the most with its 4.2-inch touchscreen and pretty cool functions. BlackBerry Q10 will feature 3.1 inches touch screen and will feature a physical keyboard.
BlackBerry Z10 embarks interesting features: full touch 4.2 inch screen, a resolution of 1280 x 768 and 356 PPI, the processor is a dual core 1.5 Ghz and 2GB of RAM. The device comes with an internal space of 16GB expandable memory via microSD up to 32GB in order to save all the pictures taken with the 8Megapixel camera and camcorder with 1080p fullHD recording. As far as connectivity is built-in support for NFC technology as well as Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n, 4G LTE / HSPA +.
Here is a video presentation made directly from BlackBerry:
Q10 it is only very slightly different from the Z10 at its features: The processor is the same as the BlackBerry Z10 1.5MHz dual core with 2GB of ram. The difference is really on the body part with its QWERTY keyboard, The device has a super AMODEL 3.1-inch touchscreen with resolution of 720 × 720 and 328ppi, and also with 8 megapixel rear camera.
Here is a video presentation:
Both devices will feature new operating system called BlackBerry 10. The OS has been designed and rewritten with graphics far more attractive than the old version and also introduces many innovations. But BlackBerry didn’t just redesign its operating system. It’s also redesigned and rebranded its App World to ‘BlackBerry World,’ and at launch time, it says it will have in upwards of 70,000 apps.
The Z10 will will be launched tomorrow in the UK, February 5th in Canada, and US carriers will announce release plans in the coming weeks. For the Q10, we won’t be able to see it until April 2013.