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Shots aren't as detailed as the L-Series leak, but give us the best glimpse yet at RIM's QWERTY BlackBerry 10 device

Just last week, we got a "blurrycam" shot of the QWERTY-keyboard packin' BlackBerry X10 smartphone from RIM. While the shot wasn’t exactly high resolution, it did give us a glimpse of what to expect when the actual headset -- along with its full touchscreen-equipped sibling -- launches next month.
 
This weekend, however, we've got some more X10 pictures from a person using something more than a 2MP dumbphone camera. The pictures clearly show the X10's relatively tiny (in today's world of 4" and 5" displays) display and QWERTY keyboard that extends from edge-to-edge.
 
The back of the display also shows the camera lens and flash. Given that this is likely a prototype unit, we can excuse the rather cheap looking finish of this X10 pictured. Hopefully the production models will have better graining than what's currently shown.


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keyboard
By darckhart on 12/30/2012 9:57:02 PM , Rating: 2
i just hope this isn't the final keyboard design. was hoping for the tried-and-true curvy with the nubby keys.




RE: keyboard
By retrospooty on 12/31/2012 10:42:47 AM , Rating: 2
I am pretty sure this is final. There was a pic posted last week that looked like an early engineering sample and was the same KB... This one is all nice and polished which is a general indication of a final design on pre-production plastic.


RE: keyboard
By Pirks on 12/31/2012 1:57:38 PM , Rating: 2
hey micktroll and retrotroll

happy new year and please post more idiotic predictions about "rim for sale" in 2013 as well!

and a year after that :p I always like a good laugh or two at ya clowneys

cheers losers har har har


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