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Teardown: BlackBerry Z10

Posted: 13 Feb 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Blackberry 10  smartphone  baseband  LTE  GPU 

BlackBerry 10 is seen as Research in Motion's last comeback attempt in the smartphone space. With its new platform, RIM (now known as BlackBerry) surely wants to regain the huge amount of market share lost competitors like Apple and Samsung.

On the apps front, the Blackberry 10 may have won with over 70,000 "launch apps". Moreover, BB10 sets an example of leveraging Indian developer community to their fullest potential, as it will feature nearly 150 applications developed by 57 companies residing within Kerala-based telecom incubation centre Startup Village. So, isn't it a "must-try" platform for Indians?

Now, let's check out the hardware excellency of the company's first BB10-powered touchscreen handset—BlackBerry Z10. UBM TechInsights manages to get hold of the new BlackBerry Z10 and tears down to see what's inside.

BlackBerry Z10 teardown

A look at everything that comes in the box of the BlackBerry Z10.

The BlackBerry Z10 is the first BlackBerry handset to feature a dual-core processor. Notable is the inclusion of 2 gigabytes (GB) of internal RAM. From a "bells and whistles" perspective, the Z10 claims to feature a display of higher resolution than Apple's "Retina" technology while also incorporating an 8-megapixel auto-focus camera with backside illumination (BSI) and a 2-megapixel camera for use in video conferencing. It also features BlackBerry's answer to Apple's Facetime, called BBM Video.


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