It would seem for many that BlackBerry (formerly Research in Motion) is almost nonexistent in the mobile game. But if you’ve visited a mobile phone shop lately, especially official carrier ones, you’ll find the BlackBerry Z10 or the Q10 selling with a very good plan. That’s mainly because BlackBerry still has strong business relationships with carriers all over the world and they are not yet completely absent from the choice spectrum of enterprises.
Probably these are the main reasons that allow BlackBerry to hope they can bring new devices to the market that will help them pull in some sales. Or, as the saying goes, where two dogs strive for a bone, a third runs away with it; which means BlackBerry might also benefit from the ongoing fight between iOS and Android.
Leaked specs of the BlackBerry A10
The new BlackBerry A10 is allegedly going to be bigger and faster, following loyally the trend in smartphones. Vietnamese site Tinhte, which miraculously manages to get inside information before anyone else on the web on various gadgets, has done it again, bringing all you need to know at this moment about the BlackBerry A10 – high-resolution pictures, a video and main technical specifications.
The BlackBerry A10 is expected to make an appearance on the market only in November, probably just in time to rival with the upcoming iPhone. Here are some of the specs the BlackBerry A10 might come with:
- 5-inch AMOLED display
- Dual-core processor, could be a 1.7GHz CPU dual-core, Qualcomm MSM8960
- 8 MP flash LED back camera, front 2MP camera
- 2GB of RAM, 16 GB internal storage
- BlackBerry OS 10.2
- Micro USB, Micro HDMI Out WiFi, NFC, DLNA
- 9.7 mm thin
- 2800mAh battery
Leaked pictures and video of the BlackBerry A10
How a gadget looks and feels in your hand is crucial for so many users out there. Maybe they won’t notice 1 or 2 millimeters extra and they will definitely ignore 50 grams more or less, but all of us love a well-polished device, with an appealing design. Have a look at the gallery below with pics of what seems to be the BlackBerry A10 or, who knows, maybe it’s just a prototype.
If you didn’t satisfy your thirst only with the pics, have a look at the video, as well. It is interesting to observe that the device comes with the AT&T branding. No leaks yet on the potential pricing of the BlackBerry A10.