Unreleased Blackberry Q30 Windermere Caught in the Wild
The Blackberry Q30 Windermere smiles for the cameras! A new keyboard and touch screen Blackberry may be on its way to a carrier near you, but are you interested? The last time we heard from Blackberry the company was launching the Z30 which was the last device we’ve seen since the major refresh of the device manufacturers agenda! The company, if you don’t remember updated their lineup with devices like the QWERTY loving touch screen combo Q10s and Q5s with all touch screen models like the Z10, and Z30. A new Blackberry however is emerging into the headlines as of late and it comes with both a touch screen and a keyboard …a very odd keyboard!
The Blackberry has been highly regarded as one of the early smart phones and the company continues to pump out devices that will keep you connected no matter where you may be. This new berry however may make using that beloved physical keyboard a bit more awkward than you’d like. Back in the early weeks of May leaky details surrounding a Blackberry “Windermere” began to surface into the headlines. Fast forward a few weeks and today, here before you we gaze at the spied pictures of the Windermere aka the Q30. N4BB has gotten their hands on the pictures you see here and they show off a touch screen device that combines three row QWERTY keyboard in about an inch space at the bottom of the screen! The specs surrounding the handset give it a 4.5 inch touch screen display that will offer up a 1440×1440 resolution. It will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 3 GB of RAM, a 13 mega pixel camera out back and a 2 mega pixel shooter up front. Add in a huge 3450 mAh battery and this is all we know of the Q30 Windermere. There is no telling when the Q30 will release, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted!
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