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BlackBerry Z30 Can be the Name of BlackBerry A10

Aug 3 2013, 5:44am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

BlackBerry Z30 Can be the Name of BlackBerry A10

A new leak of BlackBerry 10.2 hints that the upcoming A10 smartphone can be shipped by the name of BlackBerry Z30 which is expected to be launched before the end of this year.

As we all know that any rumors are circling these days about the so called launch of BlackBerry A10 smartphone, a successor to Z10. It is speculated to be the big smartphone by the Canadian firm under the new Aristo flagship. But now CrackBerry forum member has pointed towards a new name for the device. Leaked BlackBerry OS 10.2.0.1047 OS has some files that clearly describe a Z30 smartphone. Engadget reports that the editor of CrackBerry forum 'has uncovered associated tutorial resources that tie images of the device back to the Z30.'

So it gets clear now from these leaked files that the upcoming big device of BlackBerry can be named BlackBerry Z30 instead of A10. But we cannot be sure that if it will remain is the real name of the device till launch. May be, we can see the device launched by another name as RIM has not yet spoken even a single word about the big smartphone's naming scheme officially. Even RIM has not yet accepted that it has been preparing Aristo in its R&D labs.

Yet the next BlackBerry smartphone reportedly called A10 or Z30 will be the true successor of the Z30. Leaked specs of the phone includes 5-inch screen display of 720p HD, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory that can be expanded to 64GB via microSD cards, a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor of 1.7GHz, dual camera of 2MP on front and 8MP at rear end, 4G LTE, WiFi and a Li Ion battery of 2,800mAh. It is expected to be launched by the end of this year. But all these are still speculations as RIM has not yet confirmed anything about the device.

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