Today’s the day kiddies, and BlackBerry has just made their Z10 official. Their newest and greatest device sports a 4.2-inch, 1,280×756 resolution display, which is a huge departure from today’s gigantic 4.7-inch (and above) flagship smartphones. The Z10 can stand with the best of ’em, as it has a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus paired with 2GB RAM. We have no idea as of yet what kind of internal storage this thing has, but you can be assured that you can bump up whatever storage woes you’ll have with the expandable memory slot on the Z10. Naturally, the new device will use
RIM BlackBerry’s new OS, BlackBerry 10.
On the communication side, the Z10 will have WiFi radios (WiFi a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and most importantly, LTE. As far as imaging goes, the Z10 carries an 8-megapixel camera, as well as a front-facing 2-megapixel shooter on the front. The device’s overall dimensions are 130 x 66 x 9.3mm – not the thinnest phone around, but it’ll do. There’s no unsubsidized pricing as of yet – in the US, it’s projected to retail for $200 with a two year contract, and will be arriving there in March. Customers in the UK will be able to get the device starting tomorrow, which tells us exactly where BlackBerry’s priorities are.