The BlackBerry A10 phablet has leaked in a spec sheet.
The smartphone will be the company’s flagship device and will come with a 5.0 inch screen which is slowly becoming a standard screen size these days. The 5.0 inch screen will be a Super AMOLED unit and the screen will have a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels with the screen getting a pixel density of 295 pixels per inch.
It will run on BB 10.2 and under the hood will be a 1.7 GHz dual-core Snapdragon MSM8960 Pro processor and run on BlackBerry OS 10.2. Complementing the processor will be a 2GB RAM to ensure multitasking becomes a habit and you never run out of memory when running a slew of applications together.
At the rear will be an 8MP auto focus camera which will come with a LED flash and an ability to record the videos in 1080p resolution. The front camera unit will have a resolution of 2MP and will feature 720p video recording. If you see, these are the camera specifications of the Z10 as well. Powering the device will be a 2,800 mAh battery which is bigger than the one found on the Z10 but then it has a bigger screen to power as well.
The internal memory storage of the device will be 16GB and it will feature a microSD card slot as well which will help you expand the memory by another 64GB. On the connectivity frontier, it will come shod with 4G LTE / 3G, Dual band WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, DLNA, Bluetooth, GPS / aGPS, micro HDMI and NFC which pretty much covers all the connectivity features that you’ll wish you had.
The A10 is expected to be announced towards the fag end of 2013 and by then the BB10 running devices would have got a strong footing in the market. Blackberry was looking down the barrel at a point of time but now the company wants to turn things around. Kudos to Blackberry.