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BlackBerry Z10 at a glance
Screen size 4.2 inches
Screen resolution 768 x 1280
Camera 8 MP
Video 1080p

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 0.9 x 13 cm ; 136 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 399 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: BBZ10WHT
  • ASIN: B00B90KCNU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 31 Jan. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,688 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Product Description

Product Description

Introducing a completely new way to use your smartphone. A new experience where features and apps work together seamlessly and share your train of thought to help you complete tasks faster and with ease. Discover BlackBerry® 10, designed to keep you moving.

Box Contains

BlackBerry® Z10 Device
Battery
USB Data Cable
UK Mains Charger
Holster
Stereo Headset
Safety and Product Information Booklet
Quick Start Guide

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. P. Walshe on 12 Dec. 2013
Reviews are like comfort blankets for consumers like me, we use them when we are `not quite sure of something' or the purchase is important, expensive or both. We take almost everything as gospel and discard quickly products that do not meet the reviewers' expectations even though often we have not even laid eyes on the item itself, let alone actually used it.

Being on a sublimely inexpensive `SIM only' deal which gives me unlimited everything I was looking to freshen up my handset but was acutely aware that there was no point in spending more in total over say 2 years than a contract as that would not make any sense at all. Initially my spec was quad core (for all the games I don't play), micro SD for expansion, a decent OS and most important of all ... a handset that would fit into the top pocket of my favourite Levi shirt (Yup we're talking 70's retro here ...).

Initially I wanted to continue with Android as my tablet runs that OS, I had paid for (a few) Apps and I thought it would offer better continuity. The problem I found was that the mini versions of Samsung/HTC products were poorly specified by comparison to their big brothers and almost as expensive ... likewise with the Sony which is due for release early 14. I'm not going to say that Apple don't produce excellent hardware but their OS is not up to Android and the cost of a handset witha decent spec in terms of storage was prohibitive.

Which brings me onto the Z10 .... I've only had the handset a few days and can find nothing at all to dislike about is short of one or two Apps that are not yet available. The OS works very smoothly and is intuitive, there is a wealth of YouTube tutorials if you get stuck but most of the time everything just slides (literally) into place naturally.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By G. HAMILTON on 3 Mar. 2013
I bought the BlackBerry Z10 as soon as it came out as an upgrade for my BlackBerry Curve 9300 which I had been using for the previous 2 years.

The Curve 9300 was great for what it was but had serious limitations in terms of functionality and was starting to look very dated. The 9300 was great as a phone (better reception I am told than an iPhone) and was brilliant for email & messaging but was next to useless for the Web due to a tiny screen and small RAM. For some time I had been envious of people with these swish new Apple and Android touch-screen smart phones which make web surfing a breeze, can scan bar codes with ease and have shed loads of cool apps available for them.
Despite this, however, I am a BlackBerry fan and after considering iPhone, Android and Windows 8 phones from Nokia, I decided to wait for the BlackBerry Z10.

I have not regretted my decision. Firstly, the Z10 is, in my opinion, the coolest looking phone on the market. The screen size is very well judged - not too small and not too large. In my view the 3.5 inch screen of the iPhone 4S (and earlier iPhones) is slightly too small and a 5 inch screen of some Android phones is slightly too big. It's a compromise between usability and portability and I think BlackBerry got it perfectly right with the Z10's 4.2 inch screen.

The Z10 user interface is superb. It is very responsive and intuitive and one quickly gets used to the gestures. The BlackBerry Hub is a great idea, putting all notifications and messages in one place - no competing product does this to my knowledge.
The phone feels nice to hold and has a quality feel to it despite being made of plastic (it is high quality plastic though).
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By T. Draper on 20 April 2013
I was a late convert to a smartphone and have only had experience of a BB Curve 8520, which I thought was great, but it certainly had it's limitations, was slow, froze alot, etc.
The Z10 is on a different planet! Not only is this phone a great looking phone, it is well made and the performance compared to the lowly curve is vastly different.
I thought I would miss the physical keyboard (was tempted to wait for the Q10), but having got a PlayBook was used to the way that worked and the Z10 is very similar. Swiping/gesturing is very easy and everything flows nicely. The hub is great, keeping all message types in one place, easy to access and manage. I love the way there is no "home" button, you can minimize each app but keep it active without having to close it down, meaning you can switch between apps quickly and easily. The browser is super fast, clear and most sites render really well. Transferring data from my old curve was easy with the use of BB link on the pc desktop. BB Protect is still around and great, as is password keeper. The camera works well and takes great pics although I have not yet used the timeshift function. One great advantage the Z10 has over the iPhone is the facility to change the battery (who doesn't know someone whose iPhone won't charge any longer?), I bought the stand alone charger with spare battery (not had to use it yet), also the added advantage of increasing the storage with a micro SD card.
Using the Z10 as a phone is a doddle, updating contacts easy, and using the voice recognition is fun although not accurate enough for more than a short text. Battery life is ok, no worse than for other smartphones (my daughter's are Samsung Galaxy S III users and advised me to turn off bluetooth, wi-fi, etc when not using.
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