BlackBerry Z30The BlackBerry® Z30 makes collaboration easy. Its stunning 5” display, unique BlackBerry® Natural Sound and BBM™ Video with Screen Share let you see what’s on the other person’s screen in vivid detail and hear the conversation like you’re in the same room.
The essential tech specs.
The BlackBerry® Z30 has a 2,880mAh battery that can last up to 384 hours on standby or up to 18 hours when making phone calls. It’s powered by a 1.7GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and BlackBerry 10.2 software. It has a 5” touchscreen with a resolution of 1280 x 720, which gives a pixel density of 295 pixels per inch. You’ll also get an 8MP camera and 16GB internal storage, which can be expanded by up to 64GB with a microSD card.
BBM™ Video just got better.
Do you find video calls still leave you feeling distant? With BlackBerry® Natural Sound on the BlackBerry® Z30 you’ll feel like you’re in the same room as the person you’re talking to. And with Screen Share it’s easy to work together or show off the latest family photos, without leaving your BBM Video call.
Focus on what’s important.
With BlackBerry® Priority Hub, all your messages are in one place and just a swipe away. And now the BlackBerry® 10 software gets to know you and learns which messages will be most important to you. That means you get the messages that matter instantly, leaving the rest to be checked when time’s less pressing.
The innovative features of the BlackBerry® Z30 are powered by a big battery and fast processor. The impressive battery life means your phone will last the whole day so you can do more of what’s important. While the new processor makes everything more responsive, letting you do things more effortlessly.
Battery life and operating system
Battery size (in mAh) – This is the amount of electric charge in the battery of the device, measured in millampere-hours (mAh). In general, the more mAh, the longer your device will last on battery power, although it does depend on usage and the power demands of the device.
The software that runs the phone. Different software has different features and strengths, so it’s best to try out a few to decide which you prefer.
Standby time (up to)
The maximum length of time the device can remain switched on before the battery needs recharging. Standby time is theoretical and based on lab conditions.
Talk time (up to)
The maximum length of time you can make a phone call using the device (under ideal conditions) before the battery needs recharging.
Processor and memory
Number of cores – Dual cores
The number of cores in the processor. Each core is the equivalent of a standalone processor.. Some processors have dual or quad cores, and may be better for certain tasks. Generally, the more cores a processor has, the more powerful it is.
Memory card type – MicroSD up to 64GB
Different devices use different types of memory expansion card, so it’s important you use the correct type. The cards slot into the device and let you boost the amount of memory that is available for music, photos and videos.
Internal phone memory- 16GB
The amount of memory built into your device for movies, music and other files.
Processor name and model – 1.7GHz dualcore Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 processor
The full name of the processor that powers the device. If you have a specific need, check the strong points of your device’s processor.
Processor speed – 1.7GHz
The speed of the processor. Generally, the faster the processor speed the more powerful the processor and the faster it process information, making it better for games and complex tasks.