Interest piqued by last week’s gossip about a BlackBerry phablet? Well, today brings good news, folks. Because a slide laden with details about the BlackBerry A10 has slipped out online.
As expected, this capacious device will rock a five–inch OLED display, although unlike rival models from Sony, Samsung and HTC, it will only pack 720p resolution rather than eyeball–stroking 1080p Full HD.
4G will come as standard, while a dual–core processor will ensure things keep ticking along nicely.
The BlackBerry A10 will cram in an ample 16GB of on–board storage, with microSD support up to 64GB. BB10 will of course come as standard. The A10 will be the third handset to rock the new OS, following the Z10 and Q10.
An eight-megapixel rear camera and two megapixel front–facing snapper complete the package. As yet, details of when the BlackBerry A10 will launch remain unclear.
But with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and HTC’s One Max both slated for September release, the Canadian mobile-maker will need to be quick off the mark if it wants to see of its competitors.