It runs BB’s latest OS 10.2, looks and feels good, and does not cost a bomb
With a tall 5-inch super amoled all-touch screen, 16 Gigabytes of storage, a 25-hour battery life, a Quad Core graphic processor in addition to its Dual Core central processor, an optimised dynamic BlackBerry Paratek antenna that adjusts itself to weak signals so that you stay connected and get maximum data transfer speed, four microphones and stereo speakers to offer relatively natural sound, a solid edge-to-edge glass finish that looks and feels good, this 4G-ready phone is the prettiest and best BlackBerry yet, and it runs the latest OS 10.2 The add-on Quad Core graphic processor takes on the entire visual load—from YouTube videos to social media updates. We can also create more graphic content, click and share pictures and videos, or play video games, and all this happens seamlessly on the Z30.
BlackBerry’s natural sound technology and the four microphones on the handset assure very clear sound while making a call or receiving one. Even music recorded in ‘Mono’ plays vividly in stereo.
The new operating system gives you faster access to the BlackBerry Hub, a new priority hub that picks emails and messages that are important to you; these could be from a set of people you mark, or maybe on a specific subject that you are tracking. Its built-in mirror cast capability lets you connect it to a mirror cast TV or projector to make a presentation wirelessly. Hook up a USB keyboard and a large monitor via the phone’s HDMI, and you have a portable workstation.
The Z30 has an 8 megapixel auto-focus rear camera, and a 2 megapixel front camera that lets you make HD video calls over BlackBerry Messenger. The screen supports a 1280×720 resolution and is sharp and bright, and with its 16:9 aspect ratio, it is perfect to watch videos on.
The Z30 weighs about 170 gm and is just 9.4 mm thin. Other features include a 2.4 GHz/5GHz wireless LAN, Bluetooth, GPS, an accelerometer, and a gyroscope for gaming.