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BlackBerry Q Series 10 prices in Malaysia

The new BlackBerry 10 operating system brings a lot of new software optimizations and features to the table. So what better way to show off the new operating system than the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone with a physical keyboard. Read more below!

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About BlackBerry Q Series 10 Malaysia

BlackBerry Q10's Operating System

The BlackBerry Q10 is BlackBerry's first BlackBerry 10 smartphone to feature a physical hardware keyboard, different from the BlackBerry Z10, which utilizes a full touchscreen for navigation in the smartphone. BlackBerry 10 operating system brings a lot of new and improved features to BlackBerry smartphones, allowing them to adapt to the way modern smartphones have adapted to the current times. It also has software optimizations so that the BlackBerry phones can perform better and faster.

Changing The Way You Control the BlackBerry Q10

Before BlackBerry 10, the main input method and navigation of a BlackBerry smartphone is through the use of physical buttons and the physical keyboard. However, with the BlackBerry 10 operating system, the rules have been slightly changed. The main and primary input in BlackBerry 10 smartphones is through of the touchscreen on the smartphones.

The change of having the primary input become the touchscreen from physical keys does not fully negate the inclusion of physical keyboards however. The BlackBerry Q10 does come with a physical keyboard, along with the inclusion of a touchscreen in the form of its 3.1-inch display. Users can use a combination of gestures and keyboard shortcuts to navigate through the BlackBerry Q10, such as moving a finger from the bottom to the right in a curved motion, which opens the BlackBerry Hub quickly.

Multitask Better

The BlackBerry Q10 can multitask better with the BlackBerry 10 operating system, making the user able to switch out between different applications faster, saving time. This happens because of a feature called the "Active Frame"; when a user leaves an application by going directly to the home screen, the application is minimized into this Active Frame, which keeps the application running in the background in a miniaturized window. To return to the application, all the user has to do is to tap on the Active Frame to access it immediately again or tap on the 'X' symbol to close the application.

Some of these Active Frame compatible applications also can have functionalities that are similar to Android's widgets; being able to display small bits and pieces of information such as upcoming appointments in a calendar. This adds yet another layer of functionality in the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone, giving users to experience proper multitasking functionalities on the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone, allowing for better productivity and efficiency when performing daily tasks.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2013-08-16
CANADIAN PHONE MAKER Blackberry has had a rough time lately, struggling to compete against iOS and Android and slipping behind Microsoft in terms of mobile market share. Although its Blackberry 10 mobile operating system ...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-27
Excellent keyboard, Solid battery life, Great buildgood Average camera, Display is small, dim, and lacking in sensitivity, Hardware is midrangebad
What happens then, when smartphones move into a new era in which physical QWERTY keyboards are typically eschewed for the virtual variety? Does that mean that BlackBerry gives up on what it knows best to placate the masses? Not quite. Yes, there was the B...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-23
Comfortable, compact design, Great keyboard (if you don't have fingernails), Made for messaging, Speedy performance, Long battery lifegood Display not bright enough, Interface doesn't work well on smaller screen, BlackBerry World still has mediocre selection of appsbad
While the Z10 can be seen as BlackBerry's bid to attract new, hip users, the BlackBerry Q10 should supposedly appeal to old-school BB lovers who are ready to dump their Bolds and Curves for something better. Instead of a large, all-touch experience, the Q...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-21
The Q10, like its Blackberry ancestors before it, is a solid, strong workhorse of a smartphone weighing in at 4.90 ounces. This is almost an ounce more than an iPhone but still a little less than an LG Spectrum. At first glance it resembles a heavier, wid...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-12
Blackberry seems to believe that there's still a market for such devices, having released two Blackberry 10 (BB10) handsets with physical QWERTY keypads - the top-end Blackberry Q10 and the crowd pleasing Blackberry Q5 ....
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Reviewed on 2013-07-10
Excellent physical keyboard; Good multitasking capabilities; BlackBerry Hub serves all your messaging needs; Several enhancements in BlackBerry 10.1 softwaregood Small screen; Limited app selectionbad
The BlackBerry Q10 is the smartphone BlackBerry fanatics have been waiting for. Sporting the company's trademark physical keyboard and its new BB10.1 operating system, the BlackBerry Q10 from AT&T (pricing has not been announced yet) seemingly melds the b...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-10
I'll be the first to say that I thought blackberry should have given up by the end of last year (2012). I was shocked when they had a launch event on January 30 of this year announcing a new OS and new devices.. They announced two phones. One was very sim...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-09
Since those days a glass slab has been my device of choice, be it iPhone or more recently Android. It's easy to see why, considering the ratio of consumption over creation they are typically used for. Intelligent keyboards like the brilliant SwiftKey for ...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-08
After BlackBerry's make-it-or-break-it Z10 release ( our review ), a loyal few stuck by their anxious excitement for the keyboard toting model, the Q10. And now that it's out, how does it stack up? Is BlackBerry 10 as good with the ‘ol physical keyboard t...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-06
The AT&T Blackberry Q10 like its Verizon Counterpart, sports BlackBerry 's famous QWERTY physical keyboard that actually feels as good as it has ever been. The five row keyboard actually blends well with the 3-inch 720×720 touchscreen that actually create...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-30
The BlackBerry Q10 is the second BlackBerry 10 device to launch in the United States and, thanks to its QWERTY keyboard, it seems to be the device that BlackBerry fans have been waiting for. It offers a slightly low-res and awkwardly small screen, though ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-26
Brilliant QWERTY keyboard with backlight, The controls, Lots of connectivity options, Workmanship and tactile feel, Brilliant AMOLED display, Battery Life, Good OS, Well thoughtout onehand operation, High performance, Business extrasgood The brightness of the display could have been better, The quality of the cameras is only average, The store must be filled morebad
Not too long ago, the first smartphone with the new BlackBerry 10 operating system, namely the Blackberry Z10 , showed up in our office. And it was impressive not only because of the intuitive user interface. Almost three months later, the Blackberry Q...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-25
The company formerly known as RIM is definitely trying to make 2013 the year of Blackberry's return to people's hearts.  After revamping their OS and launching a consumer friendly device, now its time for return of something ‘bold'.  The double ente...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-22
The BlackBerry Q10 is the first BlackBerry 10 device to join the latest version of BlackBerry with the famed BlackBerry keyboard.While the BlackBerry Q10 feels more like a BlackBerry device, and some users will swoon over the physical keyboard on the devi...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-20
Full QWERTY keyboard, Large physical keys for typing, Great for emails and texting, Ideal for business users, Simple setup, Dualcore CPU, SD Card slot / HDMI slot,  good Lack of decent apps, Some OS10 bugs, No navigation panelbad
Last month, we reviewed the Blackberry Z10, it was their first ever touchscreen only smartphone aimed at the business user and/or dedicated Blackberry fans. Overall, we thought that it was a decent smartphone that could complete against the Apple iPhone, ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-20
Onscreen keypads have improved to the point where some come close to equaling a real keyboard, like the BlackBerry Z10 and Samsung Galaxy S III, but many people still prefer the tactile bliss of the BlackBerry keyboard.For the Q10, BlackBerry has combined...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-19
BlackBerry released its first BlackBerry 10 device earlier this year once its Z10 was made available across a number of U.S. carriers, but hardcore BlackBerry fans had to seriously consider whether or not they wanted to pick it up since it didn’t hav...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-19
The Blackberry Q10 is finally here and is out for revenge on all touch screen devices. This hybrid touchscreen and QWERTY device. Sports BlackBerry's famous QWERTY physical keyboard that actually feels as good as it has ever been. The five row keyboard ac...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-19
It's been six years since the popularization of the touchscreen keyboard began in earnest, an eternity in the fast-paced world of mobile technology. But in contrast to -and maybe in defiance of- that breakneck pace, many less-cutting-edge consumers still ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-18
Classy design. Impeccable QWERTY keyboard. Sharp screen.good Very few third party apps. Mediocre camerabad
There's nothing like the BlackBerry Q10 ($199.99-$584.99 at AT&T). It's a messaging monster. If you're one of those "keyboard people," the Q10 is the answer to your prayers: a well-built, modern smartphone with the best physical keyboard you can get your ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-17
If you need a smartphone that has real keys on which to peck out emails, and you're a fan of the traditional BlackBerry design, then the BlackBerry Q10, with its physical QWERTY keyboard, could be your... type. There are trade-offs, however, with this pa...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-14
Unparalleled hardware keyboard. Excellent messaging. High-quality Web browser.good Limited app support. Mediocre cameras. No Wi-Fi callingbad
BlackBerry's new Q10 smartphone is almost exactly the same across the big four wireless carriers, but T-Mobile has a compelling argument to put forth: the lowest up-front and ongoing prices for BlackBerry service. T-Mobile's version also adds HD Voic...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-13
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. BlackBerry Q10 Critics often say that BlackBerry is a relic trying to make sense of an age it never saw coming. After years of being ahead of the curve, the company soon found itself behind it after poetically ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-12
Unparalleled hardware keyboard. Excellent messaging. High-quality Web browser.good Limited app support. Mediocre camerasbad
The BlackBerry Q10 ($199.99 with contract) stands alone. It's in a category of one. It's hard to compare the Q10 to other smartphones because it won't appeal to the average smartphone buyer, just as the target buyer for the Q10 is dissatisfied with t...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-12
BlackBerry’s rolling the dice this year, with a complete overhaul of their operating system and releasing all new devices. We’ve taken a look at both the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 in full, with the latter being a 2013 version of a classic BlackBerry devic...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-12
The BlackBerry Q10 (at right) sacrifices the screen real estate of the Z10 (at left) for a physical keyboard. When the iPhone first came out six years ago, it was widely derided for not having a physical keyboard, unlike then-dominant BlackBerry. A few ye...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-12
Physical keyboard addicts now have a smartphone designed for them, but no one else may want to suffer the drawbacksThe BlackBerry Q10 (at right) sacrifices the screen real estate of the Z10 (at left) for a physical keyboard.When the iPhone first came out ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-08
twitter: @lisagade) Take heart BlackBerry diehards, your day is finally here. The BlackBerry Z10 was just a warm up and a promise to the QWERTY faithful that their device would come. The BlackBerry Q10 runs the all new BlackBerry OS 10.1, based on bu...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-08
If you need a smartphone that has real keys on which to peck out emails, and you're a fan of the traditional BlackBerry design, then the BlackBerry Q10, with its physical QWERTY keyboard, could be your... type. There are trade-offs, however, with this pa...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-07
While I am not quite ready to make the Z10 my daily driver after using the HTC One, it is good enough to serve that role. I have been using the BlackBerry Q10 for the last several days and understand why it is reportedly selling very well. It takes all th...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-28
Aaron goes in-depth with the BlackBerry Q10 , the QWERTYfied version of the Z10. Specs-wise, the Q10 offers a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 3.1-inch HD display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 2,100 mAh battery, 4G LTE, and BlackBerry 10. While...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-21
Good physical QWERTY keyboard, BBM is a great messaging servicegood Small screen, Mediocre camera, BlackBerry OS 10 has a steep learning curvebad
BlackBerry certainly took its time to develop BB10 and produce the first smartphones running the new platform, but all the hard work has finally been done and what's left for BB is to enjoy the sales (and work on its next products). At this point, tho...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-16
Back in January, Research In Motion announced its name-change to BlackBerry and launched the long-awaited BlackBerry 10 OS along with two new handsets -- the Z10 and the Q10. The Z10 was given to journalists attending the launch event, and reviews quickly...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-12
The BlackBerry Q10 might not have been the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone to reach the market, but with its classic QWERTY keyboard it’s arguably the first proper new BlackBerry. Blending the new OS with both a touchscreen and the sort of physical text...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-08
Excellent physical keyboard, Solid constructiongood Lacks widespread app support, Triggering “home” gesture is too easybad
It's been a while since BlackBerry released a phone with a physical keyboard, and the touchscreen-only Z10 released earlier this year fanned fears that the company was abandoning its roots. The Q10 assuages those fears somewhat, though the phone feels mor...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-08
Fantastic keyboard, Smooth performance, Great connectivity optionsgood Poor aspect ratio for video, Expensive off contract, Mediocre camerabad
Finally, a BlackBerry 10 device that looks like a BlackBerry!It's been a long time coming but the BlackBerry Q10 is finally here, physical QWERTY keyboard in tow, and boy does this phone have a lot to prove.The BlackBerry Q10 needs to make a case for Blac...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-29
The second BlackBerry phone to run the BlackBerry 10 OS is the the BlackBerry Q10. Unlike the first - the BlackBerry Z10 - the Q10 will appeal to hardcore BlackBerry users with its hardware qwerty keyboard. In our BlackBerry Q10 review we look at how ...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-29
Topnotch portrait QWERTY keyboard, Design is an improvement over Z10, Livable battery lifegood BlackBerry 10 still young, app catalog is light, "Go home" gesture more finicky than on Z10, Screen could be much brighterbad
Of course, it's not actually called the Bold this time around, but the Q10 is the spiritual successor to BlackBerry's flagship line of portrait QWERTY phones. Make no mistake, this is BlackBerry's bread and butter—no one can lay a more authentic claim to ...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-25
Great design, good screen and keyboard, excellent battery life, fast processor.good Screen is too small for certain tasks.bad
CANADIAN PHONE MAKER Blackberry is betting a lot on the success of the Blackberry Q10 smartphone....
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Reviewed on 2013-04-24
Classy design. Impeccable QWERTY keyboard. Sharp screen.good Very few third party apps. Mediocre camerabad
There's nothing like the BlackBerry Q10 ($199.99-$584.99 at AT&T). It's a messaging monster. If you're one of those "keyboard people," the Q10 is the answer to your prayers: a well-built, modern smartphone with the best physical keyboard you can get y...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-24
According to BlackBerry representatives, 80% to 90% of BlackBerry's 76 million subscribers are still using older BlackBerry smartphones with physical keyboards. That's a lot of people who will likely be delighted by the new BlackBerry Q10, with its sty...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-24
Are keyboard phones still relevant? For BlackBerry , a company that practically invented the QWERTY phone, the answer could prove pivotal to its future. You can see how much BlackBerry understands that when you pick up the Q10, the first phone with a phys...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-24
Excellent build quality, One of just a handful of modern phones with an integrated hardware keyboard—and the keyboard is pretty good, Screen is of good quality, unless you hate PenTile AMOLED, Roughly the same battery life as the Z10, Smooth UI performanc...good BlackBerry 10 still doesn't have many apps, Physical keyboard trades versatility and flexibility for accuracy, At $249, price is a bit high compared to other highend and midrange phones, Occasional performance quirks, particularly in gamesbad
If the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone was a bold statement, a declaration that BlackBerry and its new operating system were ready to quit messing around and really compete against modern phones, the Q10 is the company's love letter to its most loyal customers....
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Reviewed on 2013-04-24
Awesome Keyboard, Battery Life, Classy Designgood 3.1" Screen Size in this day and age, App world. But of coursebad
Design-wise, the Q10 is a pleasure. It blends a PVD-coated metal border frame with an extremely light carbon/glass composite back. The net effect? A damn good looking phone in a very comfortable size. Another unique point, of course, is simply the fact th...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-23
The BlackBerry Q10 boasts a superb physical keyboard, the latest BlackBerry OS (version 10.1), smooth performance, and long battery life.good The BlackBerry Q10’s screen is small. Its camera is average, not exceptional. BlackBerry 10’s learning curve is long and its app selection trails behind those of its competitors.bad
Say hello to the BlackBerry Q10, which offers a larger and more spacious QWERTY keyboard and a fresh infusion of the BlackBerry 10.1 operating system. It builds on the greatness of past BlackBerry messaging machines, yet blends this with modern smartph...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-23
The BlackBerry Q10 is, some might say, the BlackBerry OS 10 device that the company should have led with, ahead of its all-touch Z10 . That's because it sports a hardware QWERTY keyboard, something that has become a unique distinction among top-tier smart...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-23
The BlackBerry Z10 , with its big, shiny touchscreen, is the phone aimed at the tap-curious among the business set. But as the device with a hardware keyboard, the Q10 is the one you'll see clenched in the fists of type-A personalities in Thomas Pink suit...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-23
BlackBerry's famous hardware keyboard is finally becoming available on the company's latest operating system called BlackBerry 10 in the coming days, and the company's new phone is called the BlackBerry Q10 . Meshing up BlackBerry's brand new OS with the ...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-07
Though Blackberry said its Blackberry Q10 is all set in terms of hardware, it made it clear that there are still some software tweaks to be made before it hits the market, which is expected sometime in April....
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Reviewed on 2013-01-30
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. On the same day that RIM unveiled its BlackBerry 10 operating system after months-long delays, the Canadian manufacturer announced that it will soon release and a portrait QWERTY keyboard to showcase its reva...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-30
Today's event is winding down and RIM ( RIMM ) — err, BlackBerry — showed us the first two phones it hopes will fuel its comeback. We already gave you a full review of the BlackBerry Z10 , which launches in initial markets next month and in the U.S. in Ma...
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Processor frequency

1.5 GHz


Display diagonal

7.87 cm (3.1")

Display resolution

720 x 720 pixels

Orientation sensor
Display type


Aspect ratio


Touch technology


Touch screen type


Ports & interfaces

USB port
USB connector type

Micro-USB B

HDMI ports quantity


Headphone connectivity

3.5 mm

Weight & dimensions


139 g


6.68 cm


1.03 cm


12 cm


SIM card capability

Single SIM

2G standards


3G standards


Data network


Wi-Fi standards

802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Bluetooth version

4.0 LE

Bluetooth profiles


Tethering (modem-mode)
Near Field Communication (NFC)


Internal storage capacity

16 GB

Internal RAM

2048 MB

Compatible memory cards

microSD (TransFlash)

Maximum memory card size

32 GB


Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
GPS (satellite)
Wi-Fi positioning


Operating system installed

BlackBerry OS

Operating system version



Main camera resolution (numeric)

8 MP

Auto focus
Built-in flash
Second camera
Digital zoom


Video recording
Video recording modes

1080p, 720p

Video stabilizer
Second camera resolution

2 MP


Battery capacity

2100 mAh

Standby time (2G)

349 h

Talk time (3G)

13.5 h

Standby time (3G)

354 h

Continuous audio playback time

61 h

Continuous video playback time

9 h


Form factor


Colour of product



Video call
Flight mode


Support for contact groups
Microphone mute


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No subscription

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