A software update for BlackBerry Z10 device has been released by the Canadian maker of the phone. This has been announced by the company itself as well as AT&T. Subscribers to AT&T would find the link for the update on the Twitter.
The update pushes the OS for the device to version 10.1. The smartphone when launched came loaded with the new BB 10 OS which boasts of features such as touch-and-type. The BB10 platform introduces to the Z10 several Android and iOS like features which include online transaction for mobile apps as well as content such movies, videos, songs and such.
AT&T is currently selling the BlackBerry Z10 via their portal for $199.99 which involves agreeing to the carrier’s service contracts. Consumers could also check out with T-Mobile and Verizon for the BlackBerry Z10. Meanwhile, Sprint lists the BlackBerry Q10 which offers a QWERTY keypad and rekindles memories of the Blackberry mobile of yore that offers physical keypad buttons.
For specs, the BlackBerry Z10 comes with dual camera on it, where the front back facing one is of 8 MP and a front facing camera for video chatting. The device is powered by a dual core processor, has a 4.2 inch display screen which is HD capable having a pixel density greater than 350 pixels per inch.
BlackBerry Z10 comes pre-loaded with the instant messaging function right out of the box. Other default features the device came loaded with include the Remember and Balance function. Another default feature of the Z10 it its ability to follow the typing behavior of the user and then adapts itself to the style.