BlackBerry Z30 launched in South Africa

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

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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Tags: Active, BlackBerry, BlackBerry Z30, Vodacom

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