Rumors about the BlackBerry A-series has been circling around for a few weeks and now we have another news to add to the pot. It turns out that the first member of the lineup, up until recently referred to as the BlackBerry A10, will be released as the BlackBerry Z30 after all. The phone is said to show up in stores later this year. Courtesy of CrackBerry we also have a new photo. The device was caught on camera posing side by side with its siblings. Actually, the image does not reveal anything terribly exciting but it does give you a better idea of what is to come.
Blackberry Z30 coming with 5-inch Super AMOLED display
As expected, the Blackberry Z30 will be bigger than the current company’s flagship smartphone – Z10. The screen grew from 4.2 inches to 5 inches and is made in Super AMOLED technology. Larger display resulted in a fifth row of icons in the app launcher panel. We have also seen a photo with 4 rows of icons, so apparently BlackBerry has not decided on the final version just yet.
The Z30 will be launched running BlackBerry 10.2 operating system right out of the box with some minor upgrades including speedier access to commonly-changed settings in a new menu. The BlackBerry Z30 will allegedly be powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor supported by 2 GB of RAM. The phone is expected to offer 16 GB of internal memory with an option of further expansion up to 64 GB via microSD card slot.