We're certainly not strangers to the BlackBerry Z30 at this point, having ogled the device in more leaked photos and videos than Thorsten Heins can shake a Z10 at. That doesn't mean that we're about to turn down the opportunity to look at the still-unannounced smartphone once again, though.
Vietnamese YouTube user "Cellphone S" has posted a near-6 minute video that shows off an AT&T-branded BlackBerry Z30 from just about every angle imaginable. The first half of the clip gives us a tour around the Z30's hardware, including a peek under its battery cover, while the latter portion of the video focuses on the BlackBerry 10 software that's loaded onto the unit.
The BlackBerry Z30, formerly known as the A10, is rumored to sport a dual-core processor and a 5-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, which makes the Z30 the biggest BlackBerry 10 smartphone we've seen yet. That's notable not only because the Z30 will be BlackBerry's first entrant into the phone/tablet hybrid category, but also because it'll be one of the few non-Android devices available in the pocket-stretching smartphone group.
This latest leak doesn't reveal much new information about the Z30, but it does give us another long, clear look at what's expected to be BlackBerry's flagship smartphone for the second half of 2013. The phone is rumored to be headed for AT&T, Sprint and possibly Verizon later this year, but so far no concrete launch dates have been nailed down. Good thing that we've got plenty of leaks like this one to keep us occupied until then. The full BlackBerry Z30 video and a gallery with a few images are both available below for your Sunday viewing pleasure.