Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Meet the new blackberry 10 alpha hands-on.

Specs for the BlackBerry 10 phone haven't surfaced yet, so all that's known for sure about the device is that it's got 16GB of internal storage, rear and front-facing cameras, and micro HDMI output.

This particular phone won't ever go on sale to the general public. RIM is putting this first device into the hands of developers so that they can start preparing apps for the arrival of the first consumer device later this year. Expect to see something a little more stylish at that point — like the renders of the BlackBerry London that surfaced earlier this year.

Other leaks have shown an all-touch BlackBerry phone with the more angular lines of the Porsche Design P9981. Whatever it ends up looking like, it's going to be very interesting to see how well RIM can execute the QNX OS on a smaller screen.

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