Monday, 23 June 2014

Hands-on with BlackBerry

We had earlier reported that BlackBerry Z3 will arrive in India once the global release is finalised. Now, the BlackBerry Z3 is set to enter the Indian market next week by 25 June.

However, though the BlackBerry Z3 retails for the equivalent of Rs 12000 in Republic of Indonesia, there's a grant component there by native telcos. In India, telcos don’t subsidise smartphones and BlackBerry additionally faces duties, taxes and forex uncertainty. for example, within the past couple of days the indian rupee has seen its biggest fall in nearly four-and-a-half months due to the ongoing Iraq crisis and worries on oil imports. while BlackBerry executives were tight-lipped, retail sources aforesaid that they were receiving indicators of the Z3 being priced around Rs 14,000 or slightly higher depending on these problems.
India is among the seven countries where the Z3 are going to be alunched, BlackBerry had told Tech2 at the official launch in Jakarta. but the precise launch dates weren't disclosed because the company needed to check the response in Indonesia, before formulating promoting methods for alternative regions.

The BlackBerry Z3 is powered by a Qualcomm snapdragon 400 SoC that includes a dual-core processor along side one.5GB of RAM. it's a mid-range handset, featuring a 5-inch full bit display with a 540×960 resolution and running the newest version of BlackBerry ten OS. apart from that you have a 5MP rear camera and a 1.1MP front-facing camera.

The BlackBerry Z3 is predicted to contend with the likes of the Moto G and Lumia 630, and also against the most recent vary of Windows Phone handsets by Micromax


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