BlackBerry’s latest flagship device, the Z10 launched in India on Monday for a retail price of Rs 43,490 and will be available in stores from tomorrow.
The price tag is a climbdown from the grey market price of the device where it was selling for Rs 75,000. Ahead of the launch its price had come down to 53,000. However it is still a little higher than some analyst expectations, as the widely held belief was that it would cost around Rs 39,000.
Some of the key features of the smartphone are:
• It has a 4.2-inch LCD screen with a 1280 x 768 screen resolution and that comes to 356 pixel per inch.
• The phone is powered by a dual-core CPU clocked to 1.5GHz with 2GB RAM.
• The smartphone has 16 GB mass memory but this can be increased with microSD card. The maximum limit for the microSD card is 32GB.
• It has an eight megapixel rear camera with 1080 pixel video-recording capacity and a two megapixel camera with 720 pixel video-recording.
• The smartphone also has Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC support.