Hands on: BlackBerry 10 Smartphones- Z10 & Q10 Launch

RIM which is now renamed itself to maintain under one brand BlackBerry, has launched its two BB10 based Smartphones-BB Z10 and BB Q10.

Aiming to move new BlackBerry to leverage the value of brand, the most fantastic powerful asset of RIM, the company promised to offer speedier, superb and powerful performing devices to world.

As per reports, BlackBerry Z10 is a pure touch smartphone, comes with 4.2 Inch capacitive display with a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels which gives us a pixel density of 356PPI.

BB Z10 is offering a new touch technology experience through a new User interface multitasking with power of BlackBerry 10 OS.

Second BlackBerry Q10 is offering a touch-and-type experience with  3.1 inch AMOLED touchscreen display in square shape with 720 x 720p and a pixel density of 330 PPI.

However, BlackBerry has not revealed much specs of its first BlackBerry full QWERTY keyboard smartphone, Q10.

Reports added that more focusing on BlackBerry touch Z10, the device features an 8 MP camera with LED Flash and the front facing 2 MP camera will allow Video calls on the BBM, speddy experience of cahting and calling.

Both devices are powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 with MSM8960 processor coupled with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage which can be expanded using a microSD card.

LTE is the best feature in BlackBerry 10 devices and the company has added a array of options with MicroUSB port, MicroHDMI port, Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi.

Over pricing and availability, BlackBerry claimed to ship its touch smartphone Z10 initially likely to be in UK first, while US has to wait. Reports are that in Canada, the Z10 will going on sale from  February 5 for $150 with three-year contract.

While still no details about BlackBerry Q10 and Indian users will have to wait BB10 based devices launch as no hopes that company make their launch in Indian market very soon.

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