BlackBerry's successor to it's current flagship phone, the Z10, has now been leaked and revealed to be the Z30. The 5 inch phablet is rumoured to launch later this year with OS 10.2.
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In what has been officially described as 'company scaling', BlackBerry has further reduced the number of employees at its product testing unit in the corporate Washington headquarters.
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iFixit has taken to BlackBerry's flagship Z10 smartphone, showing how you too can do the same with your phone if you need to repair it. How well does the Z10 stack up in regards to repairs?
Despite recent troubles, BlackBerry (formerly known as RIM) are already celebrating as the Z10 appears to have had a successful launch - their most successful launch ever in both the UK and Canada.
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A new leak has shown of Verizon's upcoming holding page for the Z10 that will run Blackberry's new BB10 operating system that will be released in the next few weeks.