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BlackBerry Announces Canadian Rollout for BlackBerry Z30


BlackBerry has made the rollout of the BlackBerry Z30 in Canada official today. The device is set to start rolling out on October 15th. It will start with Bell, TELUS, MTS, and Sasktel, as well as Best Buy, Future Shop and other select retail stores with them setting their own pricing.

Check out the announcement below:

BlackBerry Z30 smartphone: Built for Productivity
Starting on Tuesday, October 15, Canadians will be able to experience
the BlackBerry Z30 smartphone’s stunning 5-inch display, BlackBerry
Natural Sound technology, intelligent BlackBerry Priority Hub, and other
innovative features of the new smartphone with the BlackBerry 10.2 OS.
The new smartphone will be available from authorized partners Bell,
TELUS, MTS, and Sasktel, as well as Best Buy, Future Shop and other
select retail stores across the country. Pricing and availability is
provided by the individual carrier.
The BlackBerry Z30 is designed for people looking for a smartphone that
excels at communications, messaging and productivity.
Key features of the BlackBerry Z30 include the following:
– BlackBerry Priority Hub sorts through all of your messages and
emails, then helps you quickly find the most relevant ones to help you
stay organized and focused on the most important tasks.
– The BlackBerry Z30 smartphone’s 5” Super AMOLED display makes
images clearer and more vivid, and the smartphone’s 1.7GHz processor
with quadcore graphics makes browsing Web pages faster and games more
– BlackBerry Natural Sound makes BBM Voice and BBM Video calls crystal
clear and sound more natural and realistic, like you’re right there in
the same room.
– New BlackBerry Paratek Antenna technology can give you fewer dropped
calls and better connectivity in low signal areas.
– BBM messages will now appear in any app, so you can respond
immediately without having to leave the app you’re in, whether it’s
watching a video or browsing the Web.
– The BlackBerry Z30 smartphone’s 2880 mAH battery is the largest
battery ever built into a BlackBerry smartphone, and when combined with
the battery enhancements in the BlackBerry 10.2 OS, customers can get up
to 25 hours of mixed use.

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  1. Too bad Rogers isn’t carrying this phone. I was really looking into getting it

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