The Z10 has a 4.2 inch screen at 356 ppi.
After a long delay, BlackBerry, the name by which Research In Motion will now call itself, has announced the launch of its first BlackBerry 10 smartphones - Z10 and Q10.
BlackBerry says it says will put the company on the comeback trail in a market it once dominated, promising its BlackBerry 10 devices will wow consumers and businesses alike when they hit stores.
The Blackberry Z10 is a full-touchscreen smartphone, while the Q10 is the first Blackberry 10 smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard.
BlackBerry announced that over 70,000 apps are now available for BlackBerry 10 devices and includes Skype, Amazon Kindle, WhatsApp, SAP and Angry Birds.
The interface is gesture based. Users can performs various functions with swipes. To access punctuation and other characters, users can use swipe gestures.
The BlackBerry 10 phones boast fast browsers, new features, smart cameras and, unlike previous models, enter the market primed with a large app library.
RIM promised a new system to catch up, using technology it got through its 2010 purchase of QNX Software Systems.