Interesting Features of the BlackBerry Q10
The BlackBerry Q10 reflects the attractive features of its past versions with new features to further enhance use. The most noticeable way that is does this: It is the first BlackBerry 10 phone to utilize a physical keyboard while incorporating a sleek design and a significant operating system upgrade from the BlackBerry Z10. While there are some changes to the keyboard, such as the removal of the trackpad and classic navigation keys, the hardware remains essentially the same while users adjust to the updated software.
- OS: BlackBerry 10.3, 10.2, 10
- Weight: 4.90 oz.
- Dimensions: 4.71 x 2.63 x 0.41 inches
- Colors: Black or White
- Display Size: 3.1 inches
- Technology: Super AMOLED
- Touchscreen: Multi-touch
- Pixel Density: 330 ppi
- Display Resolution: 720 x 720 pixels
- BlackBerry OS 10 Hardware
- 1.5GHz Processor
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB Internal storage
- Expendable storage
- MicroSD expandable storage type
- Expandable storage up to 32GB
Battery duration for the BlackBerry Q10 is an average of 13 hours for talk time and 15 days on stand-by. The battery is able to play music for 61 hours and video playback for 9 hours.
BlackBerry Q10 uses a music player that filters by the artist or album and offers the use of playlists. Each song features album art cover and allows background playback. There is an earpiece option and loudspeaker along with an FM radio.
Notable BlackBerry Q10 features include the BlackBerry Hub, a touchscreen keyboard, BBM Video with Screen Share and a Camera with Time Shift Mode. The BlackBerry Hub allows the user to keep everything important in one place, and allows the user to easily swipe in an out of conversations and messages. The touchscreen keyboard uses an alert system to spellcheck and remembers words frequently used by the user. The BBM Video with Screen Share switches BBM chat to BBM Video1 so that the user can talk to face-to-face and share photos and documents. The last new feature is a camera with a Time Shift mode that captures a photo milliseconds before and after so that the user can combine moments to create a perfect picture.