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BlackBerry Z30

shafkatworkphotoBlackBerry 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.
Power through.
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.

Operating system
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.

BlackBerry Z10

The Z10 is a fully touchscreen BB10 device sporting modern specs, with cool patterned soft-touch material on the back. The screen is 4.2″ LCD with 1280 x 768 pixels, making for a pixel density of 356 pixels per inch. A 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and 2 GB of RAM are the power under the hood, and there are 16 GB of internal storage, as well as the all-important microSD card slot. You will need all the RAM, because BB10 is a true multitasking system, like Android, so everything remains how you left it, or moves on under the hood, but is available at all times.shafkatworkphoto

It wasn’t long ago that Blackberry’s were the top dog when it came to smart phones. Products like the Curve and Blackberry Bold were the phone to have. Over the years though, as the Apple iPhone and Android phones became much more user and budget friendly Blackberry started to fade away, at least out of the individual user market. Due to the business nature of BlackBerry phones and the ability to remotely wipe business data off of the phone while leaving personal data intact, BlackBerry has still been strong in the corporate market. With the launch of the BlackBerry Z10 I’m sure they are hoping that the Blackberry Z10 will bring them back into the mainstream spotlight.
The BlackBerry Z10 is no slouch in features or specifications. BlackBerry Z10 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.5GHz processor. This is a very popular processor, and there’s good reason for that. The S4 dual-core processor is very capable of chewing through day to day tasks with plenty of speed. Backing up the processor is 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. If the initial 16GB of storage isn’t enough for you a 32GB microSD card can be added. The screen on the BlackBerry Z10 isn’t the largest that we have come across, but it is a comfy 4.2? with a resolution of 1280×768. The BlackBerry Z10 is relatively light weighing in at only 4.78 ounces and measures only 130×65.6x9mm (5.12×2.58x.35 inches)

2G Network -GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – all versions
3G Network – HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 – STL100-1
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100 – STL100-2
4G Network
LTE 800 / 900 / 1800 / 2600 – STL100-2

SIM – Micro-SIM
Status – Available.

Body -
Dimensions -130 x 65.6 x 9 mm (5.12 x 2.58 x 0.35 in)
Weight – 137.5 g (4.83 oz)

Type – Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size – 768 x 1280 pixels, 4.2 inches (~355 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch – Yes

Alert types – Vibration, MP3 ringtones
Loudspeaker – Yes
3.5mm jack -Yes

Card slot – microSD, up to 64 GB
Internal – 16 GB storage, 2 GB RAM

GPRS – Yes
EDGE – Yes
Speed – HSDPA 21 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76 Mbps; LTE, EV-DO Rev. A, up to 3.1 Mbps
WLAN – Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual band
Bluetooth – Yes, v4.0 with A2DP, LE
NFC – Yes
USB – Yes, microUSB v2.0

Primary – 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, check quality
Features – Geo-tagging, face detection, image stabilization
Video – Yes, 1080p@30fps, video stabilization, check quality
Secondary – Yes, 2 MP, 720p@30fps

OS- BlackBerry 10 OS, upgradable to v10.1
Chipset – Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon
CPU – Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait
GPU – Adreno 225
Sensors – Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Messaging – SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM, BBM 6
Browser – HTML5
Radio – No
GPS – Yes, with A-GPS support
Java – Yes, MIDP 2.1
Colors – Black, White
- SNS integration
- HDMI port
- BlackBerry maps
- Organizer
- Document viewer
- Photo viewer
- MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+/FlAC player
- DivX/XviD/MP4/WMV/H.263/H.264 player
- Voice memo/dial
- Predictive text input

Li-Ion 1800 mAh battery
Stand-by – Up to 312 h
Talk time – Up to 10 h

SAR US – 1.07 W/kg (head) 1.07 W/kg (body)
SAR EU – 0.87 W/kg (head) 0.99 W/kg (body)

Display – Contrast ratio: 1532 (nominal) / 2.051:1 (sunlight)
Loudspeaker – Voice 70dB / Noise 67dB / Ring 73dB
Audio quality – Noise -82.8dB / Crosstalk -80.5dB
Camera – Photo / Video
Battery life – Endurance rating 46h

BlackBerry Z10 Black

The BlackBerry Z10 mobile phone redefines the BlackBerry user experience. Designed with a spacious 4.3 inch touchscreen, the Z10 offers fluid gestures on a High Definition display.  Experience the latest BlackBerry 10 OS powered by a responsive 1.5GHz dual-core processor; the perfect combination to keep you on top of your day.shafkatworkphoto

The BlackBerry Hub is your home for messages, emails and social updates and can be accessed from any application in a single swipe. It’s multi-tasking in its purest form. The BlackBerry Messenger service is back and now lets you video call your friends. You can even share what’s on screen to a contact on the other side of the world.

BlackBerry Hub
BlackBerry Hub acts as a notification center, with the user’s entire social and email accounts integrated into one app. These include, at launch, standard E-mail client, Twitter, Facebook, BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), and LinkedIn (with options to turn any of these services off). Standard notifications like missed calls, voicemail, and system updates also appear on the hub. The hub can be accessible from any app/lock screen, by performing an upside down j-hook gesture.   Users can perform various tasks like compose emails, send emails, and browse social networks, without accessing other apps. Developers are also given options to integrate apps into the Blackberry Hub.

BlackBerry Balance
BlackBerry Balance is a new feature introduced in BlackBerry 10, enabling users to keep both personal data and office work data separated in its own spaces. Using Blackberry Enterprise Server 10, IT departments can allow users to set up work-spaces that automatically install applications and email accounts. After completion, users can navigate between personal and work profiles, by swiping down on the apps page. All of the user’s data is secured via 256-bit AES encryption, and any files created will stay within the profile partition.

Time Shift Camera
BlackBerry 10 features camera software that takes multiple frames of every photo. This feature allows users to adjust a photo easily to correct issues such as closed eyes.

BBM Video/Screen Share
BlackBerry’s popular messaging application now includes the ability to video chat as well as the ability to share the contents of a user’s BlackBerry screen with others.

Android Player
The Android player allows BlackBerry 10 Smarpthones to run some applications designed for the Android Operating System

BlackBerry 10 features a new virtual keyboard layout that mimics BlackBerry’s past generation’s physical keyboards.  The letters and numbers feature fonts and frets similar to previous BlackBerry devices. The keyboard also learns the user’s typing preferences, trying to auto-predict the next word. The keyboard also uses contextual information to predict the next letter in a word sequence. In this case, words will appear above the letter that the OS thinks that the user will touch next. Users can then perform a flicking upwards gesture above the letter to quickly select that word.  Also, swiping from right to left in keyboard deletes the entire word rather than using backspace to delete each character.

Bundled applications
Blackberry 10 features a number of included applications that help users perform various tasks and activities. These include maps, Web browser, Remember (Sticky notes app), Docs to Go, Story Maker (video and music stitching app), calculator, clock, music, media, weather, and file manager. Cloud service integrations like Box and Dropbox are also integrated by default. In addition, BlackBerry’s popular messaging service, BlackBerry Messenger is included with BlackBerry 10.

Third Party Applications
At the time of the release in January 2013, BlackBerry 10 operating system had 70,000 third party applications. This represents a substantial increase over the BlackBerry PlayBook which launched with only 3,000 third party applications.  In end of March 2013, BlackBerry 10 has 100,000 apps, but still less of imaging favorites like Instagram and Snapseed.

Unlike the previous BlackBerry OS (but similar to the BlackBerry PlayBook), applications must be downloaded through BlackBerry’s BlackBerry World storefront, which comes included with BlackBerry 10.

BlackBerry PlayBook

The article will provide a user with information and guidance on BlackBerry Playbook. The BlackBerry PlayBook is a 7in tablet that runs a bespoke operating system written specifically for the device. It’s a very pick-up-able 425g light and is both well-built and attractively styled. It also has high specifications.  The BlackBerry PlayBook is a 7in tablet that runs a bespoke operating system written specifically for the device. It’s a very pick-up-able 425g light and is both well-built and attractively styled.

It is pocketable and it is light enough and it has a good quality digital photo frames, the glassware is touch-sensitive from edge to edge.  With a 1GHz dual-core processor, 16GB of onboard storage, Wi-Fi and a 5Mp camera, the BlackBerry PlayBook has an impressive hardware line-up. A second, 2Mp camera, acts as a webcam and can be used for video chat. The camera is fine, but the very nature of this being a slab of electronics means it’s not exactly a precision instrument. The video player is more impressive: the PlayBook supports 1080p playback and the resolution is tight.  The Playbook comes with a  smart but fixed territory mains adaptor.

Usability and navigation

The PlayBook runs a bespoke QNX operating system known as the BlackBerry Tablet OS.  If a user wants to click on an option such as Pictures or Music and there are multiple items in the library, the PlayBook pops up a trio of options that sits above but doesn’t entirely obscure the main menu. A user can drag backwards through screens and items that he/she has browsed, but also across different apps.

Gaming joy

The PlayBook also has some quality graphics hardware under the hood and this comes into its own when playing games.  Using the drag and scroll method, a user can peer at an object from any angle and zoom in for a close-up.

Smartphone pairing

Setting up the PlayBook when a user first unpacks, it involves logging on to an available Wi-Fi network and then setting up a BlackBerry account.  A user uses the PlayBook as a larger and more practical screen for watching videos, surfing the web and so on. The screen crams in 1,024×600 pixels into its 7in display and there’s support for both HTML5 and for Adobe Flash 10.1.

A user can use the tablet perfectly well without having to tether or otherwise be linked to a phone. Unlike, say, the nameless dock for the Motorola Atrix Android smartphone, the PlayBook is a compelling interactive communication terminal in its own right.

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Blackberry Bold 9000

The article will provide a user with information and guidance on Blackberry Bold 9000.  Let’s have a look at the features and specification for the mobile phone.

• Camera (2.0 MP)
• Built-in GPS
• Media Player
• Video Recording
• BlackBerry® Maps
• Wireless Email
• Organiser
• Browser
• Phone
• Corporate Data Access
• Wi-Fi support

Size and Weight
114mm (4.48 inches)
66mm (2.6 inches)
15mm (0.59 inches)
136 grams (4.8 ounces)

• Half VGA resolution 480 x 320 pixel colour display
• Transmissive TFT LCD
• Font size (user selectable)
• Backlighting
• Light sensing screen
• Displays over 65,000 Colours

Data Input & Navigation
• Trackball
• QWERTY keyboard
• Keyboard backlighting
Voice Input & Output
• 3.5mm stereo headset capable
• Integrated earpiece/ microphone
• Built-in speakerphone
• Mono/stereo headset, hands-free and serial port profiles supported (Bluetooth® technology)

Media Player
• Video format support: XviD partially supported, H.263, H.264, WMV3
• Audio format support: .3gp, MP3, WMA9 (.wma/.asf), WMA9 Pro/WMA 10, MIDI, AMR-NB, Professional AAC/AAC+/eAAC+

Ringtones & Notifications
• Polyphonic/MIDI ringtones
• 32 polyphonic ringtones – MIDI, SP-MDI, MP3, WAV
• Vibrate mode
• LED indicator

• Bluetooth® v2.0; mono/stereo headset, handsfree and Serial Port Profile supported.
• Bluetooth Stereo Audio (A2DP/AVCRP)

Device Security
• Password protection and Keyboard lock
• Support for AES or Triple DES encryption when integrated with BlackBerry® Enterprise Server
• FIPS 140-2 Compliant (FIPS Validation In Progress)
• Optional support for S/MIME

• 802.11 b/g
• 802.11 a (BlackBerry Bold 9000 only)
• WPA / WPA2 Personal and Enterprise
• Cisco CCX certified
• Wi-Fi® access to BlackBerry Enterprise Server
• Wi-Fi access to BlackBerry Internet Service
• Support for UMA (carrier-dependent)

Wireless Networks
• UMTS: 2100/1900/850 MHz
• GSM: 1900/1800/900/850/MHz
• Europe/Asia Pacific: 1800MHz GSM/GPRS networks
• Europe/Asia Pacific: 900MHz GSM/GPRS networks
• North America: 850 MHz GSM/GPRS networks
• North America: 1900MHz GSM®/GPRS networks
• EDGE networks
• HSDPA networks

Camera & Video Recording
• Camera: 2.0 MP camera (JPEG encoding) with flash, 3x digital zoom
• Video Camera: Depending on the amount of built-in memory available for use, a third-party microSD card may need to be properly inserted into the BlackBerry smartphone to enable the video recording feature

Battery & Battery Life
• Standby time: 9 days (216 hours)
• Talk time: 4.3 hours
• 1500 mAhr removable/rechargeable lithium-ion battery

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Backberry Porsche Design P’9981

The article will provide a user with information on the Blackberry Porsche Design P’9981 phone.  The phone is styled by Porsche Design, forged in stainless steel, finished in leather and powered by BlackBerry. The Porsche Design P9981 Smartphone from BlackBerry is engineered luxury at its finest.
Superior BlackBerry performance and elegant Porsche Design styling place the P9981 smartphone in a class of its own. An enhanced 1.2 GHz processor and 8 GB of onboard memory powers a responsive and nimble browsing experience, 720p HD video recording, dual band Wi-Fi, a built-in compass and access to a selection of exclusive apps.

The Wikitude World Browser app helps a user to find, identify, access, and forward relevant information instantly. A user will enjoy faster, smoother web navigation. The P9981 smartphone is equipped with a full touch screen, and a wide BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard for easier messaging and enhanced technology.  The phone has 2.8″ high resolution display touch screen and 1.2 GHz processor.  The phone has also got dual-band Wi-Fi and BlackBerry App World 3.0.

The phone has got new features and innovative applications like Wikitude create deeper, more dynamic ways to interact with the world. Near Field Communication1 (NFC) readiness ensures simple connection with other NFC-enabled devices and smart tags. BlackBerry Tag enables effortless tap to share exchanges of multimedia content and contact info between friends and BBM contacts.

Blackberry Porsche Design P’9981 Smartphone Specification
• HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100
• GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
• 115 x 67 x 11.3 mm
• 155g
• 2.8″ TFT Touchscreen display
• 3.5mm audio socket
• Internal memory 8 GB storage, 768 MB RAM
• Upto 32Gb via microSD
• 3G HSDPA 14.4Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps
• WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
• Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, EDR
• microUSB
• Camera 5 MP, 2592…1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
• OS BlackBerry OS 7.0
• CPU 1.2 GHz processor, Qualcomm MSM8655 chipset
-Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
- NFC support
- MP3/eAAC+/Flac/WAV player
- MP4/H.263/H.264 player
- Organizer
- Document viewer
- Voice memo/dial
- Predictive text input

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BlackBerry PlayBook 32GB

The article will provide a user with information BlackBerry PlayBook 32GB.  The powerful, portable 32GB BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is lightning-fast and flash enabled, with full web browsing, streamlined multi tasking and a secure connection to the BlackBerry smartphone.

• Internet the way it’s meant to be, with Adobe Flash and HTML 5
• Fast, secure Bridging connection to a users BlackBerry smartphone
• 32GB of built in memory for the apps, movies and games

Web without limits
A user can experience uncompromised, full-fidelity browsing, on a high-resolution 7” touchscreen that’s optimised for Adobe Flash and HTML 5. A user can also pinch to zoom, look up text and see the whole web, without restrictions.

Amplified BlackBerry experience
The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is designed for seamless BlackBerry smartphone pairing, providing a user with full access to the email, calendar, BBM, documents, tasks and more.

Groundbreaking performance
A user can move effortlessly between videos, music, games, email and any of the thousands of available applications. The dual core processor keeps everything running fast and smooth.

Perfectly portable
The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is a perfect size to take anywhere as it is less than 1cm thick and it weighs only 425g, so a user can slip the tablet into handbag or carry it in the suit pocket

True HD entertainment
The HD movies are breathtaking on the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet’s crystal clear 7″ display. The rich stereo sound will immerse a user in the action, and with Dual HD video cameras a user can make his/her mini movies to share with friends, or enjoy a live face to face video chat over Wi-Fi.

Now, let’s have a look at the specification:

Screen Size (inches):
7″ HD Touchscreen 
The size of the tablet’s screen, in inches

Tablet Memory
The amount of internal memory free for a user to use, in Gigabytes.

Tablet Processor Speed (GHz)
1GHz Dual-Core Processor 
The speed of the tablet’s processor, in Gigahertz

1 GB 
The amount of memory available for managing open tasks

Screen resolution (pixels):
1024 x 600 
The resolution of the tablet’s screen, in pixels

Rear facing Camera
5MP High definition 
The quality of the tablet’s camera, in Megapixels

Front Facing Camera
3MP High definition 
With a front facing camera a user can snap self portraits or enjoy video calls

The height of tablet in mm

The width of tablet in mm

The depth of tablet in mm

Tablet weight (grams):

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BlackBerry Torch 9800

The article will provide a user with information on Blackberry Torch 9800. The Blackberry Torch has got an improved BlackBerry 6.0 OS, touchscreen and slide out keyboard combination works well. 

The display of the phone can be divided up into sections and each can be tapped to bring up relevant content. The top area contains signal strength indicators and the time and date, and touching here takes a user to a settings menu for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The bottom area lets a user drag it up to view all icons and a user can also scroll left and right to view filters such as All, Favorites, Media, Downloads, and Frequent. A user can create folders and move apps into them, but the hold and select approach feels clunky compared to the slick animations of iOS4.

A single inbox contains messages from all users accounts and the social networking feeds. A user has also got an opportunity to have separate inboxes for each account. By holding down on a message a menu pops up providing support for Gmail specific features such as Labels.  The universal search icon makes it quick to type something and search either BlackBerry App World, YouTube, Google or on the device itself.
The browser is Webkit-based and much more capable, for web pages and email it appears hamstrung simply by the raw speed of the device, limited as it is to 624Mhz.

The Torch is the first BlackBerry to offer both a touchscreen and a physical keyboard. It supports multi-touch and pinch to zoom. The keyboard slides down neatly from under the screen.
A screen lock and ring silencer are integrated into the top edge, while down the right hand side there’s a 3.5mm headphone socket, a volume rocker and a shortcut button for the five megapixel camera.

Let’s have a look at the specifications for the phone.
• Software : Blackberry OS 6.0 Processor
• Memory slot : microSDHC
• Display : 3.2in 360×480 multitouch
• Connectivity : GSM/HSDPA, WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, A-GPS,
• Ports : Micro USB, 3.5mm headphones
• Camera : 5-megapixel with LED Flash, autofocus, Geo-tagging Video
• Video playback : DivX, XviD, MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV
• Radio : FM tuner with recording Battery
• Weight : 161g
• Dimensions : 118 x 56 x 10.9 mm

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