BlackBerry Z10 leaks in a lengthy 1080p video demo

15 January, 2013 | Comments (93) | Post your comment

We've seen the leaks over and over again, but this is the real deal.

Here's a lengthy video demo of the upcoming BlackBerry Z10 in its full glory. It's not an official demo, of course, we doubt we'll see one before RIM's unveiling event on January 30. But still, it's as good as it gets.

In fact, the 7 minutes worth of footage show the hardware and software of the BlackBerry Z10 (if that's the correct retail name at all) in such detail that we may as well stop reporting any future leaks before the announcement. Just kidding, alright?

The only downside to this clip is that the narrator speaks in German, which kinda leaves you without the first-hand commentary, if you are not fluent in the language. But hey, the action on the screen is more or less self-explanatory.

Of course, you shouldn't miss the the specs. The narrator mentions that the BlackBerry Z10 has a 1280x768px 4.2-inch screen (which kinda contradicts with the 4.3-inches we've heard before) and an 8 megapixel camera with a LED flash. It runs on a TI OMAP4470 chipset with 1.5Ghz dual-core processor. There's 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. The smartphone weighs only 125g.

The authors of the video from have also published a video, shot with the Z10, but the sample is rather shaky to judge anything from it (except perhaps the lack of video stabilization). If you are interested, check it out in the Source link below.

On the positive side, the title of the hands-on video embedded above says Teil 1, which means there is a Part 2 in the works. Stay tuned!

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BlackBerry Z10 leaks in a lengthy 1080p video demo - reader comments

  • Hariwar

South Asia teenagers are heavy into work, maybe? And the BB messenger service -- free -- is an attraction, definitely. Not everyone can afford an iPhone around these parts. And apps ... Oh we'll, like someone said, one would be looking at a maximum o...

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  • 2013-01-24 18:24
  • vGeY
  • Anant


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  • 2013-01-22 11:21
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  • Anonymous

Not sure what you mean - it has 1080p recording, and the screen has a higher pixel density than the ip5. You do realize that...right?

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  • 2013-01-20 21:41
  • q5y0