The video shows the handset with the words "Not for sale" printed on the bottom, and we get a limited tour of the device and the gesture based UI that BlackBerry 10 is all about. The company recently released the entry-level BlackBerry Q5 which offers a plastic body and a more basic QWERTY than what is on the BlackBerry Q10. But the Aristo resembles a larger BlackBerry Z10, the all-touch device that was the first BlackBerry 10 phone to be released.
Will the BlackBerry Aristo Z30 or A10 help keep BlackBerry alive? The device will have to go up against the Samsung Galaxy Note III, the Apple iPhone 5S, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra and the LG G2 to name a few. It will be tough sledding for the company which has been thinking about going private in order to buy some extra time as it tries to stay afloat.
In this battle to stay alive, the BlackBerry Aristo Z30/A10 plays an important role. Check out the latest video of the device by clicking on the video below. By the way, the device in the video flashed the AT&T logo although we've also seen a model with the Verizon logo as well. And no, you haven't gone deaf. The audio in the video is not English.
source: CellphoneS via BlackBerryOS