I’m sure most are aware that on the 30th of this month Research In Motion is holding an event to unveil BlackBerry 10 and a couple of BB10 smartphones. The first of which is expected to be the BlackBerry Z10, and the other could possibly be the BlackBerry X10, devices that the Canadian company hopes will capture the attention of the mobile space.
Late last month we posted an image that was said to be of the new BlackBerry Z10 along with a few details, albeit not being confirmed of course. But those detail claim the BlackBerry Z10 will have a 4.2-inch 1280 x 768, 15:9 aspect ratio, 356ppi touch screen, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, NFC, an 1800mAh removable battery and either a 1.5GHz IT OMAP dual core, or a Snapdragon MSM8960 processor.
However what we have for your viewing consideration below is a video that shows off some BlackBerry Z10 parts, parts which do seem to confirm that the BlackBerry 10 smartphone will sport a 4.3-inch display, have a front facing camera and an LED notification light.
In the 4.12-minute video you get to see the LCD along with a different version LCD, the front housing for the BlackBerry Z10, and then the back housing, and there is even a BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device in there that they used for testing.
However the footage doesn’t really deliver anything new that we haven’t already seen before, but for those that enjoy getting to see the innards of a new smartphone that isn’t yet available, you just might be interested in spending a few minutes checking out the footage.
They do appear to have more than a single device on their hands, which could mean they have managed to get hold of several pre-production models, or they could have parts from multiple variations of L-Series devices.
Anyway I’m sure if you are a BlackBerry fan you’ll want to know everything you can about what the BlackBerry Z10 has on its inside, so all you need to do is head on down and mash that play button to check out the footage.
It is only roughly three weeks until Research In Motion dishes all the details on those upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices, so it shouldn’t be too long until we get to see them in all their glory and make a decision as to whether RIM have done enough to draw back lost market share from rivals with BlackBerry 10.
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