5inch BlackBerry Z30 leaked in detail on video

first_imgBlackBerry might be up for sale, but the company isn’t ready to throw in the towel just yet. A freshly-leaked video of the unreleased Z30 proves it. It’s another all-touch phone, and the company’s first BlackBerry 10 handset to break the four-inch barrier.In a peek at the back of the device you can clearly make out two specs printed next to the battery compartment. First, the Z30 features a 5-inch HD AMOLED display. That could mean that it’s using the same 1920×1080 panel as the Samsung Galaxy S4, though HD doesn’t always mean 1080P.BlackBerry says the Z10 is HD, too, and it’s got a 1280×768 pixel display. That’s a resolution that can work on a 5-inch phone, as long as the panels are of good quality — and BlackBerry has been doing a good job of picking screens for its devices ever since the PlayBook started shipping.Also noted on the back is that the Z30 packs a 2800mAh battery — which is slightly larger than the one in the GS4 and quite a bit bigger than the HTC One and Moto X. There’s also a micro SD expansion slot, HDMI output, and micro USB port like the Z10.Other reported specs include a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and an 8-megapixel rear camera. The Z30 has surfaced before, too. The same site that recorded this new hands on had a strikingly similar (read: identical) phone that it was calling the A10.The A10’s name has been popping up in rumors for months, sticking with Z for all-touch phones and Q for QWERTY certainly makes sense.The big question is whether a phone with last year’s specs and an OS that has now slid into fourth spot behind Windows Phone will be enough to attract consumers. The Moto X showed that there are other ways to drum up sales, but based on the video the BlackBerry Z30 doesn’t have nearly as much going for it.The Z30 really doesn’t look like the phone BlackBerry needs right now. VIEW PHOTO GALLERY BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30Courtesy of Crackberry.comBlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Z30last_img