Tag Archives: QWERTY
1:52 pm on Jan 16, 2013 |
We’ve seen some small leaks of the upcoming BlackBerry X10 QWERTY keyboard device, but now we’re getting an even better look. An Instagram user has posted some shots of the X10. One model is connected to Verizon’s network and the other isn’t showing a carrier connection. This device looks almost identical to the current Bold 9900, but with a much larger touch display. Enjoy these shots, they are likely the last few we will see before RIM officially unveils this device on January 30th.
Source : Crackberry
1:47 pm on Dec 30, 2012 |
Some images have hit the internet that feature RIM’s second BlackBerry 10 device and the first to have a full-QWERTY keyboard. The images show the front and back of the phone, which is currently codenamed the BlackBerry X10. Honestly, this device looks exactly like the BlackBerry Bold 9900, but with a bigger screen and body. They also give a good idea of how the BlackBerry 10 OS will be presented on the square screen and how it all lines up above the keyboard. Check out the rest of the images after the break. and let us know what you think. Will this be one of the two phones that help RIM rise from the ashes, or will the flame burn out with this one?
8:09 pm on Oct 18, 2012 |
See that image above? It’s not the new BlackBerry 10 full-QWERTY keyboard device; however, it’s not that far off, either. What you see above, and in a few more images after the break, is being called the TK5 Justice, a concept BlackBerry 10 design from DigitalHomeBoy. This concept is rendered from what RIM has already announced about the device and some of what’s rumored to come with the first QWERTY-equipped BlackBerry 10 device.
DigitalHomeBoy is known for making some great concept devices and his designs, especially at this stage of the game, are usually pretty close to what RIM actually launches. Read on past the break to see more of his concept and get a good feel for what you may be getting if you opt for the QWERTY-equipped BlackBerry 10 device next year. Also, be sure to check out DHB’s blog, which is linked below, to get more details on this awesome concept and see all his thoughts on what’s to come.
Source : DigitalHomeBoy
10:12 pm on Jan 3, 2012 |
While the BlackBerry 10 rocking Milan was never officially announced, we knew of its existence through a leaked mockup image from RIM. When we saw this device we heard it would feature a 4.2″ touchscreen with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The latest info on this device is that it has been completely cancelled. The explanation for the canceling of the device is “Hardware Concerns.” That most likely means that a device that size with a sliding keyboard would be hard to manufacture and even harder to actually use. Don’t fret though, BlackBerry 10 is still on track for a late-2012 release and we know we will be seeing a full-touchscreen device as well as a full-QWERTY device, so whichever style you prefer, you’ll still be able to get your hands on.
Source : CrackBerry
8:25 pm on Nov 1, 2011 |
Last September RIM came to the table with the all-new BlackBerry Torch 9800, a device that was greeted with less than stellar reviews from the tech community and consumers alike. Just under a year later RIM launched what they hoped to be a powerhouse upgrade, a new phone, a new beginning. The big question is, did the Torch 9810 live up to its hype, did RIM deliver with the new BlackBerry 7 OS and hardware accelerated graphics? Follow me after the break and find out.
6:52 pm on May 27, 2011 |
Just the other day there were a few Torch 2 images leaked onto the web for all the BlackBerry lovers to drool over, and now there are more photos packing more pixels for a better image. Theres really nothing new to learn from the photos but it’s a good way to finish of the week, check out the rest of the photos after the break.
9:54 am on Jan 13, 2011 |
Looks as if 2011 is truly going to be the year for RIM and BlackBerry. BGR received some information and a photo of the all new yet to be announced BlackBerry Dakota sporting HD video recording, BlackBerry 6.1, Touch screen and a whole lot more. Now the name Dakota is nothing new to most BlackBerry aficionados, but this is the first photo to show up on the net. If you look closely at the image it appears to be the Bold series body with more under the hood. Check out the full specs after the break.