Verizon-branded BlackBerry Z30 appears in FCC documentation
Only yesterday we share the news that the flagship BlackBerry Z30 is already up for sells in UK retailers that are shipping it internationally. Customers can buy the Z30 unlocked and get it shipped to their homes. The costs for the device are a little more than $800. BlackBerry ha snot announced yet when and who will be launching the all-touch flagship in the US. We heard rumors about Sprint getting ready to release the Z30. Now a new leak reveals a bit more about this topic making a hint that the handset will arrive in Verizon soon. The source of information is the FCC database. Apparently a mystery Verizn-branded device has gotten the needed approval by FCC. According to the filings, it will support the Verizon’s bands, for all frequencies. Keeping in mind that Verizon recently announced that it will offer the Z30, all makes sense.
The all-touch mid-range handset comes with 5-inches display with a 720p resolution. it work with dual-core CPU with Snapdragon S4 Plus chipset. The primary camera of the model is 8MP, located on the back. Even though it doesn’t boast the most impressive package of specs, the phone has the full potential to become successful. It runs on one of the favorite of mobile users OS BlackBerry 10.2. There is still a lot of mystery around the releasing of BlackBerry Z30. No launch date is revealed yet, but the leak from the FCC documentation certainly means that it is on its way.
We are yet to find out the price and the payment plans by Verizon for the handset. Stay tuned. The tough year for BlackBerry has put a lot of challenges before the company. Recently T-Mobile announced that it will no longer sell BlackBerry devices through its stores and only via the web stores. It is good to know that Z30 will be soon released and ready to hit the market.