It's a well-known fact that Research in Motion is all set to showcase its new range of BlackBerry 10 smartphones at a gala event in New York on January 30
. One of the smartphones that the company is expected to unveil is the all-touch BlackBerry 10 smartphone, which is being touted at the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone.
BlackBerry Z10 so far is the worst kept secret by the Canadian smartphone maker. We have already seen plenty of leaked images and videos of this smartphone. The latest leaked pictures are posted by rapidberry.net website, which are allegedly the retail shots of the forthcoming BlackBerry Z10 smartphone.
These pictures showcase BlackBerry Z10 in both black and white colour options. There is also a picture of a white BlackBerry Z10 being pulled out of a red BlackBerry holster. From these pictures the holster looks akin to the one that is coming with the current crop of BlackBerry smartphones.
Additionally, there are also news reports suggesting that the BlackBerry Z10 will start retailing in Canada from February 28. As per by Digital Trends, there is image being circulated on the Internet, which is an alleged screenshot taken from Best Buy Canada's stock control system. According to this picture the all-touch BlackBerry 10 smartphone will be made available by telecom operator Bell on February 28.
Interestingly, this screenshot also reveals that BlackBerry Z10 will be available for 799 Canadian dollars. Even in the past, one of the leaks had pointed out the same price for the new BlackBerry 10 smartphone but at that time it was not clear whether this price tag of 799 Canadian dollars is for the all-touch smartphone or the QWERTY one.
Just to recapture, the BlackBerry Z10 is expected to come with 4.2-inch screen with 1280x768 resolution display, TI OMAP 4470 1.5GHz dual-core processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. For camera there might be 8-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel one on the front and an 1,800mAh battery.
Image Credit: RapidBerry.net
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