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Blackberry Z10 Smartphones

The Blackberry Z10, launched in January 2013, is the first phone to run on Blackberry 10 Operating System, as well as the first Blackberry to offer a secondary noise cancellation microphone, HDMI-out port, micro sim slot, and a front facing camera. Today, this modern design keeps up with all other smartphones of its kind and in many cases leads the way with its modern features and stylish appearance.

Other specifications include 16GB of internal storage, which can be increased to 64GB with a MicroSD card , and can be connected using Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB, OTG, 3G and 4G. The camera offers a powerful 8-megapixel at the back, whilst the front camera offers 2-megapixels. It is available in either black or white depending on personal preference.

It is available in various networks including Vodafone , EE and O2, so you are are able to find one to match your network. However there is the option to buy it unlocked, thus allowing you to use any network on the device.

Benefits of Blackberry Z10 Smartphones

Blackberry Smartphones have many benefits to them. As a leading pioneer in smartphones aimed particularly at people juggling work and home life, the Z10 offers such benefits as video calls over Wi-Fi and 4G, but also allows you to share the device's screen with those in the video chat. For instance if you had a document or presentation to show, you are able to do so.

The Blackberry Hub is another beneficial feature of the Z10. The Hub shows all of your messages and notifications in one place, but it also allows you to swipe in and out of it whilst using other apps. This therefore allows you to keep up to date with contacts and notifications. You're also not limited to Blackberry apps, and can easily download Android apps.

About Blackberry

Blackberry began creating mobile phones in 1999, although the company was founded in 1984. They're devoted to developing mobile software and services, as well as focussing on the management and security of mobile devices. Their software allows for data to be kept confidential to "keep people, information, and goods safe".

Blackberry is a Canadian brand who gained a reputation for a business style phone. In the early 2000's, when Blackberries really started to take off, the Blackberry name was heavily associated with business, emailing and work phones. Keeping this reputation and style, all modern day Blackberries are still very versatile and usable in the workplace however they are now common in all environments.

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