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Samsung and Sony are among the companies that have recently unveiled new so-called “phablets”.
But Blackberry faces the problem that its app store is still missing several of the big-name programs available for Google’s operating system. One expert warned that the current uncertainty over its future might discourage software writers from filling in those gaps.
“The rumours might affect developers and that in turn might affect consumers – even if many are not aware of the problems that Blackberry currently finds itself in,” said Tony Cripps, principal analyst at the telecoms consultancy Ovum.
“The same issue really surrounds a 5in Blackberry device as their other smaller ones.
“By going it alone as far as its platform and ecosystem strategy is concerned, it’s pretty much left itself at great risk of not putting together an offering that is very appealing either to the end user or the third-party developers.”
Blackberry said the Z30 would be released in the UK and Middle East next week, ahead of other regions.
It is also releasing an update to its operating system – taking it to version 10.2 – which it said offered “hundreds of refinements plus many new features”.
These include the ability to preview and respond to messages without having to switch out of whatever app the owner is using, and the introduction of a “priority hub” that groups together information and emails that the device judges to be most important to the user.
The firm said that the update should be available to owners of its existing Z10 and Q10 devices from mid-October.