Last month there was a lot of talk about the BlackBerry A10, which is set to be the next flagship smartphone from this Canadian manufacturer. Now in August news of a fresh name for the phone has surfaced, along with a few choice images and video clips of it in action. CrackBerry reports that it will actually be known as the Z30, following on from the BlackBerry Z10 which went on sale back in January.
The latest leaks confirm previous speculation, as the Z30 will allegedly have a five-inch display with a 720p HD resolution, along with a dual core processor and powerful graphics chip.
While BlackBerry may not be expecting to suddenly dominate Android or iOS with the arrival of the Z30, it could have a more achievable goal in mind. Namely, it will want to claw back some market share from Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.
The Z30 has all the bells and whistles you could ask for from a high end handset, although without a quad core processor or full HD 1080p display it will still be looking a little less attractive than Android equivalents like the HTC One and Sony Xperia Z.