BlackBerry Z30 is the latest flagship model
BlackBerry has just announced their latest flagship device, where it will be known as the BlackBerry Z30. Touted to be the biggest, fastest and most advanced smartphone from the Canadian mobile device manufacturer, the all new BlackBerry Z30 is said to arrive with a 5” Super AMOLED display that should be large enough to ensure your productivity remains on the up. Not only that, BlackBerry claims that the BlackBerry Z30 will also boast of the largest battery to date on any smartphone that they have churned out. To sweeten the deal, the BlackBerry Z30 will arrive with BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.2, where it is said to feature hundreds of refinements in addition to a slew of new features to help enhance your user experience.
For instance, one of the new features on the BlackBerry Z30 include BlackBerry Priority Hub, which will be able to manage all your conversations and notifications simultaneously. This new BlackBerry Priority Hub is capable of learning just what kind of conversations as well as who are the people important to you, making it a snap to figure out the messages and information that you require. it will also be able to collect priority messages across your email, social networking and other accounts so that you gain instant access to the conversations that matter most to you.
Not only that, you can also BBM in any app as well as check out message previews regardless of the app that you are using at the moment. From there, you are able to dismiss it immediately, or opt to tap it to read the full content and respond if necessary. Whenever a BBM message arrives, you are able to instantly reply to the message without having to leave whatever app that is occupying your time at that point in time. Not only that, if your phone is locked, you are able to tap the different icons on the Lock Screen in order to check out an instant preview of your most recent messages and notifications.
The BlackBerry Z30 smartphone will arrive in select carriers and retailers worldwide from next week onward in the UK and Middle East, while all other regions will only receive their due in the holiday season.