SIM-Free Blackberry Z10 is on Sale for $199 until Dec 2nd

Dec 1 2013, 1:47pm CST | by , in News | Mobile Phones

SIM-Free Blackberry Z10 is on Sale for $199 until Dec 2nd
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The SIM-Free Blackberry Z10′s cost was cut in the United Kingdom in Carphone Warehouse. Blackberry is presenting – at least, for a time – the unlocked version of the Blackberry Z10 for only $199, together with free shipping in the United States.

The handset works merely with GSM carriers AT&T andT-Mobile. So, in order to benefit from this offer, immediately utilize the coupon code “BFEMAILZ10″ at checkouts. Whereas this offer is applicable until Dec 2nd, 2013 or while there are stocks remaining, so one is required to make up the mind along with acting prompt if they would like to get their hands on Blackberry Z10.

The Blackberry Z10 packs a 4.2-inch screen sporting a resolution of 1280  x 768, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage in the company of MicroSD card support, an 8MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, plus 1,800 mAh batteries to run Blackberry OS 10. The handset is well predictable to get the new Blackberry OS 10.2 in the forthcoming months.

 Some more specifications of  the Blackberry Z10 consist of: all-touch screen, through intuitive gesture based navigation, the keyboard: on screen BlackBerry Keyboard (portrait/landscape), also featuring contextual auto-correction, next-word prediction, plus a personalized learning engine that gets to recognize the way you type, 15:9 aspect ratio, and  operating system BlackBerry 10 OS also the Processor Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 processor.

 Furthermore, the Blackberry Z10 might not be the most excellent handset existing in the market, on the contrary for this cost, I assume it’s not a bad buy. Even though one can easily obtain a Moto G for that price on top that brings an enhanced hardware compared to Blackberry Z10, nevertheless Android is not always the primary preference for all Smartphone owners out there. 

Source: GSMArena


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