BlackBerry Z10 Leaked, 4.3-Inch Display Confirmed

Research In Motion is slated to unveil on Jan. 30 the BlackBerry Z10 and other devices running on the highly anticipated BlackBerry 10 operating system. In the meantime, leaked photos and photos show a device that resembles an iPhone 4S but is larger and has a BlackBerry logo replacing the home button. ETrade Supply has reportedly obtained parts confirming that the BlackBerry Z10 will feature a 4.3-inch screen that's 2.9 inches from left to right, HMI out port, and thickness of just 10 mm. The Z10 is the touchscreen version of RIM's new line of smartphones that will be launched alongside its traditional QWERTY-equipped phones.

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  • After releasing phones with just marginal improvements in the past two years, RIM has seen its U.S. market share decline from nearly 50% to 1% with consumers shifting to flashier iPhones and Android phones from the likes of HTC and Samsung.

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Those who had a chance to play with the Z10 say that the build quality is really nice with the back cover feeling rubbery. The screen is also great, web browser is snappy and it comes with Flash support. - Dusan Belic, Into Mobile  
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