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Submitted by -Mezzo- 923d ago | image

First photo of RIM's BlackBerry 10 N-Series QWERTY smartphone leaks

TheVerge - Days after a photo showing the back of RIM's upcoming BlackBerry 10 N-Series smartphone leaked, a new photo has given us a proper look at what the phone will look like. A post on Chinese site cnBeta revealed the handset, which will offer a capacitive touchscreen alongside a QWERTY keyboard, but doesn't offer any further details. It looks quite a lot like Bold devices of old (especially the 9900), but has a significantly larger display, and straight keyboard rather than the curved layout found in most BlackBerrys. (BlackBerry 10, Phones)

-Mezzo-  +   923d ago
WTF is that, It's ugly.

And this was suppose to be RIM's comeback Smartphone's line.
2pacalypsenow  +   922d ago
whats ugly about it? its got a huge screen and a keyboard its simple , the back looks like every other Blackberry

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