BY | July 15, 2013

The phablet war is set to intensify in the days to come. BlackBerry A10 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs, release date rumors have gone viral.

After three different BlackBerry 10 OS phones, the third one is already in rumors. Called the BlackBerry A10, the next BlackBerry product will just be a high-end phablet, which will mount a display at least 5 inches larger. Though specs of the device are yet to totally come out, the BlackBerry A10 has already become a hot topic of debate since last several months.

Of now, there is a development in gossips surrounding the BlackBerry A10 with the leak of a video clip. Though nothing is known of its specs and features, the video clip that shows the BlackBerry 10 has come straight from Vietnam, thanks to a mobile accessory shop, dubbed Vivix. Still the tech world has no clear information about the device.

It is sure that, in the latest line of BlackBerry handsets, the A10 is going to find a place above the BlackBerry Z10, the current flagship. It is to get a bunch of quality features and is looking almost like the Z10 in the video. Maybe, it will just be a bumped-up version of the Z10, which has been selling not bad since its release for last several months.

Quite recently, the Canadian mobile builder has just started hawking its lower-end BlackBerry Q5 for a price around $400 across the world. It is now looking that the company is immediately to officially declare its next major BlackBerry 10 OS phone, which will take on the high-end phones out in stores under the Android, iOS and Windows platforms.

Anyway, stay with us to know more details about the supposed BlackBerry phone that is expected to surface in a few months. BlackBerry is now doing hard work to rush back to the center of mobile market with a range of quality products, and certainly to beat the dominating Androids.

As far as specifications of Korean tech giant Samsung Galaxy Note 3 are concerned, there are signs that the Galaxy note 3 will be infinitely better than Galaxy note 2 in all aspects. As far as display is concerned, it has been speculated that the new Note will come with a rather larger display from its current model. The original Note has a 5.2-inch display and the current model has a fairly big 5.5-inch screen. And now, the next Galaxy Note is expected to tout a further larger display – either a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with 1080p resolution, as per fresh rumors.

Then the handset is set to be power-packed and there is not going to be doubt about it. The new phablet from Sammy will be power packed. There is no doubt about it. It looks that the new Galaxy Note 3 will mount a nice and superbly powerful Snapdragon 800 chip-based processor. Well, there is also a claim that it will be an Exynos 5 Octa processor. Anyway, when it comes to RAM capacity, the Korean publication Hankyung claims that the Galaxy Note 3 will offer 3GB RAM as part of its sequential upgrades from 1GB RAM for Note original and 2GB RAM for Note 2. Note 3 will be released during IFA 2013 in Germany.

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