It is still early 2013 and tech enthusiasts must be the happiest people now and there have already seen some significant changes on the smartphone market.
There is no more the domination of Samsung Galaxy S3 or iPhone as a few years back. We have seen some big manufacturers announce their flagship smartphones in the very first months of the year and BlackBerry Z10 is bringing a lot of expectations.
The new BlackBerry Z10 is set to launch on January 30 and available very soon in the 1st quarter. After disappointments due to delayed releases last year, BlackBerry 10 finally arrives and from the first hands-on, it is very possible that Z10 could help BlackBerry gain the market share lost to Android and iOS.
To see where Z10 stands on the smartphone market, we will compare the BlackBerry Z10 with the latest smartphone from Apple, the iPhone 5.
BlackBerry Z10 vs iPhone 5 Tech Specs
|BlackBerry Z10||Apple iPhone 5|
|Display Type||TFT LCD||LED-backlit IPS LCD|
|Display Size||4.2 inches with the resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels (355 ppi)||4.0 inches with the resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels (326 ppi)|
|Internal Memory||16 GB expandable with microSD card||16/32/64 GB|
|RAM||2 GB||1 GB|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP, NFC, 4G LTE, HDMI and USB connectivity||Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP, 4G LTE|
|Camera||– 8MP rear camera with 3264 x 2248 pixel resolution.
– 2MP front camera
|– 8MP rear camera with 3264 x 2248 pixel resolution.
– 1.2MP front camera
|OS||BlackBerry 10||iOS 6|
|Processor||Dual core 1.5GHz TI OMAP 4470 processor||Apple A6 processor|
|Battery||Removable 1800mAh battery||Non-removable 1440mAh battery|
|Price (contract-free)||Starting $599 (rumored)||Starting $649|
BlackBerry Z10 vs iPhone 5 Performance
Check out the quick walk-through by telekom-presse to see the performance of Z10 and iPhone 5. You will be amazed at how fast BlackBerry Z10 is and it out-performs in almost every aspect. We will see the comparisons of BlackBerry 10 voice controlled app and Siri, multitasking and app switching, the app drawer, profiles and impressive BlackBerry Hub. In conclusion, this is the end of iPhone 5.
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