BlackBerry Z30 launched in South Africa

Vodacom has announced the launch of the BlackBerry Z30 at some of its stores

By - November 19, 2013
BlackBerry Z30

Vodacom announced the launch of the BlackBerry Z30 in press statement on Tuesday, 19 November 2013.

According to Vodacom, the device will be available at a recommended selling price of R8,799 from Vodacom World in Midrand and at other “participating Vodacom outlets”.

The BlackBerry Z30 is also available on Vodacom Smart S for R399 per month.

Until 6 December, contract customers that opt for the above deal will also be able to get one of the following five items for free:

  • always on travel and car charger;
  • Bluetooth headset;
  • power bank battery back-up;
  • SanDisk 8Gig memory card; or
  • an over-ear headset.

The below table summarises the specifications of the device:

Specifications BlackBerry Z30
Dimensions 140.7 x 72 x 9.4mm
Weight 170g
Operating system BlackBerry 10.2 OS
Display 5″720p (720×1280)
Rear camera 8MP
Front camera 2MP
Storage, internal 16GB
Storage, expandable microSD
RAM 2GB
Processor 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8960T Pro
Graphics Adreno 320
Battery 2,880mAh
Cellular data HSPA+, LTE
SIM type micro SIM
NFC Yes

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