After appearing in a string of leaks throughout late July and early August, the BlackBerry Z30 appears to have become a tad camera shy in the past couple of weeks. That's changed tonight, though, as a new video that shows the Z30 from all angles has been posted to YouTube.
Shared by user 4Leakz, the same user responsible for a leaked video of the LG G2, this new clip of the BlackBerry Z30 clocks in at a little over a minute in length and shows off the front, back and sides of the still-unannounced BlackBerry 10 smartphone. We're also treated to a look at the device powered on and putting its 5-inch display to good use by displaying 5 rows of app icons on its home screen, which is 1 row more than the Z10 displays on its 4.2-inch screen.
Even though the BlackBerry Z30 has been fairly extensively leaked at this point, I'm sure that many BlackBerry fans won't mind getting another peek at the upcoming device in action. The Z30 is expected to be BlackBerry's next flagship smartphone, packing features like the aforementioned 5-inch display, a 720p screen resolution and a dual-core processor. It's not yet clear when BlackBerry will put an end to all the leaks and make the Z30 officially official, but hey, at least we've got plenty of photos and video to keep us busy until an announcement is made. The latest Z30 leak is embedded below for your viewing pleasure.
Via YouTube: 4Leakz