→ Pendu ✰ ←
BlackBerry’s next flagship smartphone, the all-touchscreen BlackBerry A10, will launch during the November with new features and specification here also you read about Blackberry A10.
Blackberry A10, the new flagship device of the company is on the way. After the launch of the Blackberry Z10 and the Blackberry Q10, the Canadian smartphone company has plans to extend their range of smartphones in order to expand their reach and attract consumers from every segment.
This smartphone is dubbed as BlackBerry A10. The report also claims that BlackBerry will be looking at launching the A10 around November in time for the holiday season. The device is likely to be the successor of BlackBerry Z10 and is claimed to occupy the highest tier. Post the launch of BlackBerry A10, BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 will become mid-end smartphones.
The BlackBerry A10 is slotted to replace the Z10 later this year. It will be an all-touch device and come in the familiar slab-style form with a large screen. Multiple reports suggest that it will be a classier, top-tier device when compared to the Z10. The A10′s codename is Aristo. The device will look similar to the Samsung Galaxy S4, say those who’ve seen it, and isn’t as square as the Z10. It will ship with BlackBerry OS 10.2, which is already in beta. Most other details about the device are still cloaked in secrecy, but the phone will have 2 GB of RAM and a revised Menu screen.
BlackBerry Messenger is one of the defining features of BlackBerry smartphones. It is an over-the-top messaging service that lets BlackBerry users message one another directly and avoid carrier-based messaging fees. Though it has always been popular on BlackBerrys, it has plenty of competition from the likes of WhatsApp, ChatOn, iMessage, Skype, Viber and myriad others. BlackBerry announced in May that it will soon be available to Android and iPhone devices.
We do not have any actual photos of the BlackBerry A10 as of now. On the specification front, the device is expected to launch with the next version of BlackBerry’s mobile OS, BlackBerry 10.2, a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED display and 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor.