BlackBerry Z30 arrives in Verizon tomorrow, 14th of November
The newly released flagship BlackBerry Z30 is slowly making its way toward the US carriers. The phone has been available for sells for the US users for nearly a month now through the retailers that offer it SIM-free. As we know some of the big mobile operators in the country like T-Mobile have announced officially that it will no longer provide the BlackBerry devices in its stores, but only in its online shop.
Fortunately not all of the carriers have chosen this path and last month we heard the news that Verizon is planning to release the most innovative large-sized device by the Canadian manufacturer BlackBerry Z30. The promise by the mobile operator was made for launching of the smartphone in November and now the company confirms its plans. According to the official announcement of Verizon, BlackBerry Z30 will land on its shelves tomorrow, on 14th of November. We know the entering price for the handset as well – $199.99 subsidized price. Another option for customers of Verizon is to join the Verizon Edge upgrade program and pay $22.91 per month.
A quick reminder for the flagship includes a 5-inches Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1280x720p which makes it the biggest smartphone by BlackBerry on the market. It is powered by a dual-core CPU ticking at 1.7GHz and 2GB RAM on board. BlackBerry Z30 runs on BlackBerry 10.1 OS. It is working with a 2880mAh battery under the hood which is rather larger than the 1800mAh battery that powers the BlackBerry Z10. Among the key features of the phone is the 8MP camera on the back. Z30 assures 16GB built-in memory and the possibility to add more storage via microSD card. Fans of the newest flagship of BlackBerry will enjoy the possibility to buy the handset on a contract and not pay the full price for the device from the retailers. Be sure you mark the date 14th of November in your calendars. Z30 is almost here!
Source: Verizon Wireless