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BlackBerry Z30 is Now Officially Announced | Runs on BB 10.2 | Review | Specs | Price

BlackBerry Z30

BlackBerry - A smartphone maker company has just announced the 'BlackBerry Z30' smartphone. This is second full touch device running on latest version BB10.2 Operating System.

Now in World, trend of making 5+ inch smartphone are now normal, most of Android smartphone coming with 5+ inch display, though BlackBerry tried to take part in the large display maker race.

The BlackBerry Z30 offering a 5-inch Super AMOLED HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels which makes 295 ppi pixel density. The Z30 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.7 GHz Quad-Core processor and 16 GB of on-board storage with microSD card slot support up to 64 GB with a 2 GB of RAM for smooth process on BB 10 Os.

The BlackBerry Z30 can easily handle in your palm with measure 140.7 x 72 x 9.4 mm. The 9.4 mm thickness is more than BlackBerry Z10, but this gives you a benefit of a long life battery. Yes, the Z30 is packed with a 2,880 mAh battery which gives you non-stop ( mixed use ) 25-hours of battery life.

The Z30 have a 8-MP of rear camera with an f/2.2 lens that is capable of video recording at 1080p and it also have a 2-MP front facing camera that can help you to record video and chat at 720p.

The BlackBerry coming with latest BlackBerry 10.2 OS, which brings more features like Wi-Fi Direct, Multiple Alarms, Standard Unicode emojis and more. According to BlackBerry, BB 10.2 version update will launch soon, in the mid-month of October

BlackBerry hasn't declared on availability and price of the Z30 but the Z30 is expecting to be available next week in the UK.

Blackberry Q5 | BB10.1 Smartphone | Review | Features | Price

Blackberry Q5
Today in India, Blackberry has launched new smartphone running on Blackberry 10.1 operating system called Blackberry Q5 at a price tag of Rs 24,990/-. The Blackberry Q5 is the third smartphone running BB10 OS. The Q5 is both touch and type smartphone has a 3.1-inch LCD display and qwerty keypad.

The Blackberry Q5 will be available in white, red and black color. The Q5, a curved model have plastic body with 120 x 66 x 10.8 mm dimensions, 120 gram of weight. Blackberry Q5 have 3.1-inch, 720p IPS LCD touchscreen display at an aspect ratio of 1:1, with a resolution of 720 x 720 pixels at 329ppi pixel density.

Blackberry Q5 Colors

The Blackberry Q5  is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.2 GHz Dual-core processor, on other hand Q10 was packed with 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. Unlike the Q10, which has 16 GB of internal storage and 8 MP of camera, but in Q5, which has a internal memory of 8 GB and 5 MP of rear, 2 MP of front camera. The Q5 have 2 GB of RAM, external microSD card slot, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Hotspot, DLNA, GPS, NFC.

Capture your favorite moments with 5 MP of rear camera with features like LED flash, autofocus, geo-tagging, 4-element F2.4 lens, image stablization and burst mode. It offers 5x of Digital Zoom and it can record full HD video at 1080p. Q5 also have 2 MP of fixed focus front camera with features like image and video stablization, it have 3x Digital Zoom and it can record HD video at 720p.

The Q5 has a larger battery capacity of 2180mAh compared to Q10 which has 2100mAh and 1800mAh for the Z10.

BlackBerry Messenger | BBM For IOS | BBM For Android | Review

BlackBerry Messenger | BBM For IOS | BBM For Android | Review

BlackBerry has made it official about their plan to make BBM available for the first time to iOS and Android users this summer, (subject to approval by Google Play and the Apple App Store, as applicable). This means that, once available, you can welcome your friends and family using these other mobile platforms to connect over BBM and share in the Team BlackBerry love.

CEO Thorsten Heins claims the time is just right “to bring BBM to a greater audience,” but investors are probably feeling a little uneasy as evidenced by a 6% drop in BlackBerry’s share price, the biggest decline in a month after the renewed optimism brought by BB10.

The messaging service currently has more than 60 million users, who send and receive some 10 billion messages every day. Opening up to other platforms will certainly help that figure grow, but that’s still some ways off from overtaking current mobile messaging leader WhatsApp, which claims 200 million active users.


  • The immediacy of BBM chats.
  • Multi-person chats.
  • Voice note sharing.
  • BlackBerry Groups, where BBM users are able to set up groups of up to 30 people and share calendar, photos, files and more.

BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone | Review Features, Full Specifications, Price | Smarter BlackBerry 10 OS

BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone based on BlackBerry 10 OS

BlackBerry has launched new smartphone running latest BlackBerry 10 Operating System known as BlackBerry Z10. First ever full touchscreen smartphone by BlackBerry.
The BlackBerry Z10 hardware is well built. It’s an extremely thin handset, comparable to the iPhone 5, and is very light to hold. Aesthetically, it also resembles an iPhone; the Z10 is a simple black rectangle with rounded corners. The front is home to a 4.2-inch touchscreen display is simply gorgeous coated in edge to edge glass.

BlackBerry Z10 has a resolution of 1280 x 768, the Z10′s pixel density comes in at 356ppi, beating Apple’s Retina display. The BlackBerry Z10 phone is powered by a dual-core Krait CPU clocked to 1.5GHz . The device has 2GB of RAM alongside 16GB of internal storage.


OS BlackBerry 10 OS
PROCESSOR Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait
GPU Adreno 225
NETWORK+SIM 2G, 3G, 4G-LTE + Micro-Sim
DISPLAY TYPE+SIZE Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors +
768 x 1280 pixels, 4.2 inches (~356 ppi pixel density)
STORAGE Internal-16 GB storage, 2 GB RAM
Expendable-microSD, up to 48 GB
LTE, EV-DO Rev. A, up to 3.1 Mbps
WIFI+BT+NFC Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Dual Band +
Yes, v4.0 with A2DP, LE + Yes 
CAMERA Primary-8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Secondary-Yes, 2 MP, 720p@30fps
SENSORS Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
BATTERY Standby- upto 312Hrs
Talktime- 10Hrs
You can buy BlackBerry Z10 at Price of Rs39,000/- in India, $611 in U.S.A and 480EUR

Leaked Image: Blackberry 10 Smartphone | Review Specifications

Blackberry 10 Smartphone

Research in Motion(RIM) has already confirmed that BlackBerry 10 smartphones won't be shipping until late this year. The latest images, courtesy of BlackBerry Italia, show the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone, codenamed BlackBerry London, in all its touchscreen glory.

Free Download Pandora Radio 1.0 | For BlackBerry, iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac

 Pandora Radio

Pandora Radio is the most popular free Application for BlackBerry, iPad, iPhone now this App available to Windows, Mac also.

BlackBerry App World 3.0 | Free Download | Review Application

RIM has finally taken the BlackBerry App World 3.0 out of its beta and made it officially available for download. The beta version was already available to members of Beta Zone for over a month. 
The updated version includes a redesigned interface allowing faster access to content.

RIM 16GB BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet | Review

Like most companies, Canadian based Research In Motion saw the tablet market as a new opportunity for growth, launching a series of PlayBook tablets.

No Netflix For BlackBerry Playbook Tablet

Research In Motion has enough challenges ahead of itself right now as it struggles to regain market share that it has lost to the various mobile operating systems including the front runners, Google’s Android OS and Apple’s iOS.

BlackBerry 10 OS images surface, UI looks like Android, iOS and WP7 mixed up

I have just gone through CrackBerry’s exclusive report about Blackberry 10 OS images leak and my first impression was clearly stated on the aforementioned title of this article.

BlackBerry London leaks again, with brand new look

London calling -- the long-rumoured BlackBerry London has leaked again, and this time it's sporting a svelte new look.
CrackBerry has acquired what look to be press shots of the upcoming so-called 'superphone', which is going to be the first mobile to arrive running BlackBerry 10 -- the new version of the operating system RIM hopes will put the ailing company back on top.

We got our first peek at the London way back in November, though then it was modelling an angular, chrome finish. The phone above, meanwhile, looks much more like an iPhone, or a Samsung Galaxy S2.
By the looks of things there are no physical buttons along the bottom of the London, and while the specs are all unconfirmed, we're anticipating an 8-megapixel camera and a 1.5GHz dual-core processor.
It's no secret BlackBerry manufacturer RIM is on the ropes. The company has lost shedloads of money thanks to poor sales of its PlayBook tablet, while several new mobiles for this year have reportedly been cancelled.

The London is still on course, it would seem, but we could have a wait on our hands, as now ex-CEO Mike Lazaridis confirmed in December that phones running BlackBerry 10 have been delayed. As a consequence we likely won't see the London until late this year.
Will the BlackBerry London be enough to turn things around for RIM? We've compiled a list of five things the company's new chief needs to crack on with.
Would you hold out for the London? Or would you rather cosy up to a different smart phone? Tell us in the comments, or on our Facebook wall.

New Blackberry Tablet: Playbook 2 coming this year

Blackberry is planning to release a new table – Blackberry Playbook 2 this year. The predecessor of this new upcoming tablet i.e. the original Playbook has however not made any contribution in changing the way we look at gadgets. And it has been an epic failure.

There are also news that Blackberry will also release 10 new devices this year. With a fierce battle of smart phones in the market, Playbook 2 must have the features above today’s available tablets if Blackberry doesn’t want it to be an uncommon tablet.

We might come to an interface with a new Blackberry OS in Playbook 2 as Blackberry is set in refining its OS 7 nowadays.

Blackberry Porsche Design P9981

If the smartphone had existed in 1987, it would have looked like this Robocop- inspired re imagining of the Blackberry Bold 9900.
Packing a 1.2 Ghz processor , HD video and Blackberry OS 7, the P9981′s  sharp, angular form and blocky keypad lettering take us back to a time when curves weren’t king. It’s the phone Dick Jones would have used to steer ED-209 towards a Robo dust-up – once he had the right app,

Research in Motion, regardless of how you may view its recent history or its long-term future, still has a stronghold on the corporate world. Its lineup of BlackBerry smartphones are known for great battery life, comfortable keyboards with intuitive shortcuts, top-notch native email and Enterprise clients and -- most important to businesses -- unrivaled security features. Sure, its influence is waning as competitors have caught up in some areas (and surpassed it in others), but there are plenty of companies that have clung to their CrackBerries and held on tight.

RIM's been hard at work trying to regain lost momentum by introducing a series of new devices featuring its latest OS, BlackBerry 7, and the BlackBerry Bold 9900 / 9930 series has been the star of the show so far. The problem is, it's not flashy enough. How is a C-level exec supposed to walk proudly on the golf course with a $300 (subsidized) phone? Talk about embarrassing. Have no fear, poor corporate top dog, luxury brand Porsche Design has come up with a solution: the $2,300 BlackBerry P'9981, a Vertu-ized version of that lesser handset you wouldn't be caught dead using.

Blackberry - Bold Touch 9900 | Full Specification | Mobile Price | Review

Blackberry - Bold Touch 9900 Full Specification

Text / Multimedia
More Features
2G Network - GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network - Tri_Band HSDPA
Dimension - 115 x 66 x 10.5 mm
Weight - 130 Grams
Form Factor - Bar
Display Type - TFT Capacitive Touchscreen
Display Size - 640 x 480 Pixels | 2.8 Inches
Colors Available - Black
Alert Type - Vibration + MP3 Ringtones
3.5 mm Audio Jack - YES
Phone Book - Almost Unlimited Entries | Photocall
Call Records - YES
Internal Memory - 8GB | 768 MB RAM
Card Slot - MicroSD | Maximum 32GB
Touch Screen - YES
Games - YES
Message - SMS | MMS | Email | Push Email | IM
Primary Camera - 5 MP | 2592x1944 Pixels | Autofocus | LED Flash
Video - YES | 720p
3G - HSDPA 14.4Mbps | HSUPA
WLAN - Wi-Fi 802.11 B/g/n | Dual_band | Wi-Fi Hotspot
Browser - HTML
Bluetooth - YES | V2.1 + A2DP | EDR
USB - YES | MicroUSB Ver.2.0
OS - BlackBerry OS 7.0
CPU - 1.2GHz Processor
GPS - YES | A-GPS Support | BlackBerry Maps
Battery - Li-Ion 1230 mAh
More Feature - NFC Support | BlackBerry Maps | Digital Compass | Docs To Go Document Editor (Word | Excel | PowerPoint) | PDF Viewer | MP4 | WMV | H.263 | H.264 Player | MP3 | EAAC+ | WMA Player | Organizer | Voice Memo | Dial | Predictive Text Input

Price :→ Rs 24,609 Mobile Price in india

BlackBerry Curve 9370 and LG Spectrum Come Now with Verizon

Finally we see the launch of Verizon enabled super cool 4G capable LG Spectrum and the very affordable Blackberry 9370. These phones will give the options to the Verizon fans to go for a high end Android phone or cough out a good some of cash.

blackberry curve-9370

The dual core LG smartphone offers the same specifications of a 4.5inch HD display, which was available with the ones that came with AT&T. The phone comes with Gingerbread 2.3.5 and an ICS upgrade is on the cards.


The price of the device is $199, which is quite below than some of the equally equipped phones.

Then we have our own Blackberry Curve, which comes with a 5 megapixel camera, NFC and handy GSM radios. At $99, this smartphone will pinch you the least and is definitely the best choice in the mid range specifications mobile.