BlackBerry Z30 unlocked already available in GSM Nation for $629.99
BlackBerry announced its flagship Z30 few weeks ago but it is still not clear when the phone will arrive at the US carriers. According to latest news and rumors, the handset will be offered by Verizon, but no additional information has been revealed on this topic. Fortunately there is more than one ways to get the wanted smartphone and buying it unlocked from a retailer is actually a very good option. This possibility is now available for US residents thanks to another retailer that offers BlackBerry Z30 on its shelves.
GSM Nation has added the all-touch flagship to its new products, offered for the price of $629.99 free from any contracts and monthly payment plans. The variant of Z30 that can be purchased from GSM Nation comes with a 3G support for 800/850/900/2100MHz bands and LTE support for 800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz. With other words this means that the new BlackBerry smartphone will work on the 3G networks AT&T and T-Mobile. GSM Nation is already shipping the device, so those of you who want to get the newest model, just follow the link HERE.
Just to refresh your memory about the advantages of the handset we will remind you that BlackBerry Z30 sports a 5-inches display, Super AMOLED. It has a resolution of 720x1280p. The model is all-touch, with sleek design and memorable look. Under the hood of Z30 is working a Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, dual-core 1.7GHz. It arrives with 16GB built-in memory on board and assures the possibility to expand it via microSD slot. The new model phone boasts an 8MP shooter located on the back and a 2MP, on the front. It is powered by a battery with 2880mAh capacity. BlackBerry Z30 runs on the new version of the platform BlackBerry 10. The 4G support and the abundance of features makes Z30 a tempting device for those of you who are looking of a stylish mid-range smartphone, built with the quality of BlackBerry. You have the choice to either wait for the phone to arrive in the US carriers or just got it free of commitment from GSM Nation.
Source: GSM Nation