BlackBerry Q10 – RIM’s Brand New Touch & Type Offering

BlackBerry Q10 – RIM’s Brand New Touch & Type Offering

BlackBerry Q10 – RIM’s Brand New Touch & Type Offering

by March 13, 2013 0 comments

In January this year, Research in Motion unveiled two of its flagship smartphones – the BlackBerry Z10 and the BlackBerry Q10. Both run on the latest BlackBerry 10 operating system. However, unlike the Z10, the Q10 features a physical QWERTY keypad. So, if you have been using the Bold 9930, 9790 or the Torch 9800, the Q10 turns out to be a perfect upgrade. Here is what the gadget is all about.BlackBerry Q10

  • 3.1-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen
  • BlackBerry 10 OS
  • 1.5 GHz Dual-Core Cortex-A9 processor
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 8 MP primary camera
  • 16 GB internal storage

One thing that is sure to catch your eye is the screen size. For a handset with a physical QWERTY keypad, a 3.1-inch screen is definitely huge. Unlike the rectangular display in Bold 9900, the Q10 flaunts a much squarer display. BlackBerry finally decided to do away with its traditional menu keys and trackpad, as the new operating system is solely controlled by the touchscreen. The handset weighs just 139g despite of its extra large dimensions. However, the rounded edges are responsible for offering a good grip.

The 8 MP camera is neatly located on the rear at the top left corner. It also features a front-facing camera best suited for video calls. The left side houses a set of three buttons, with volume controls separated by a play and pause button in the center. In terms of connectivity, apart from HDMI and microUSB ports located on the left, the handset also supports NFC, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

Talking about the performance, you can surely hope for the best, and why not when you have a powerful 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and a 2 GB RAM. As far as the internal memory is concerned, at 16 GB, you have enough of space to dump in all your crucial stuff. Moreover, the microSD card slot lets you extend the memory up to 64 GB.

Good or not so good?
The internal specifications seem to be highly enticing. You won’t complain about the design either. So, if you plan to upgrade to something new, the Q10 is without a doubt the best pick. But, again it solely depends on your personal preference. If you can’t do away with the physical keypad, Q10 is meant just for you. However, if a plain touchscreen phone is what you are looking for, you might probably want to have a look at the BlackBerry Z10.

The Q10 will cost you around Rs. 30000. Make sure to visit, for the best deal and save lots of money.

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