The blackberry’s new operating system 10.1 has a very few mobiles running on it. First it had launched the Blackberry Z10 and the next model running the latest version of operating system of the Blackberry is the Blackberry Q10. The Q10 features a physical QWERTY keypad, gives a smooth performance and has a long battery life. But the only thing where it lacks is that it has a small screen, an average performing camera and the list of applications available on it is very less. This phone is very suitable for QWERTY lovers and helps allot in mailing.
Let’s move on to the specification of the phone, it has dual core 1.5 GHz Krait processor and graphics being accelerated by the Adreno 225 graphics processor. There is a 2 GB RAM and an internal storage of 16 GB, can also be extended up to 64 GB through micro SD. It has a Wifi 802.11 with wifi hotspot support, there is also Bluetooth connectivity (v4.0). The device supports NFC connectivity.
This smartphone has an 8 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash and a 2 megapixel front facing camera that supports video calling. The rear camera shoots at 1080p and the front facing camera at 720p.
This device is not only 3G enabled, it also has LTE support. It operates on micro-sim. The screen is of 3.1 inches and the screen resolution is not bad, it has a 328 pixel density. The screen is not brighter enough and is not viewable outdoors. The software running on this smartphone is the latest version of the Blackberry’s own operating system, Q10. It has a sleek interface and a common hub where you can find all the messages from all the accounts that you have synced with the phone. The common hub is a unique feature and has never been seen on any phone before.