BlackBerry s forthcoming A10 phablet has surfaced online quite a few times in leaked photos and videos in the last few weeks. After posting a hands-on video of the phablet, CrackBerry reports that the phablet could be called the BlackBerry Z30 and has also posted a set of tutorial videos of the BB 10.2 OS running on the device. Also Read - TCL will not design, manufacture or sell BlackBerry smartphones from August 31
The tutorial videos show the various icons and gesture-based controls on a dump of the BB 10.2 OS running on the phablet. The videos don t show anything new and are quite similar to the software shown on the previously leaked hands-on video.
To remind you of what we know of the device so far, the BlackBerry A10 aka Z30 is said to feature a 5-inch OLED display with a pixel density of 295 PPI, 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, quad-core GPU, 2GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel rear camera and will have a microSD card slot that will be able to support 64GB of storage. Internally, it will come with 16GB of storage. It will also have a large 2,800mAh battery and will support NFC and will run on BBOS 10.2.