Leaked screenshots show BlackBerry 10 OS photographed for posterity
posted by Alan F. / Sep 02, 2012, 2:25 AM
will have a removable battery. A video shows that the cell is an 1800mAh capacity battery and will be used on the first two BB10 models which are currently code named BlackBerry London and BlackBerry Liverpool.
Heins has mentioned that there will be a total of 6 BlackBerry 10 models with 3 full touchscreen devices and three with a physical QWERTY keyboard. According to the sourcelink, the six devices include the R044 BlackBerry Nevada, similar to the BlackBerry Bold 9900 with a physical QWERTY; R061 BlackBerry Colt, which is the BB10 Dev Alpha device; R064 BlackBerry Wynton; R072 BlackBerry London, a 2G/3G model with a full touchscreen; R084 BlackBerry Nashville; R085 BlackBerry Naples; R086 BlackBerry Liverpool with 2G/3G/4G connectivity.
source: BlackBerryItalia via Crackberry
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beware the apple, I can already smell a suit brewin
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 2:27 AM 19
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why? what would apple get from rim? rim can barely support itself and would probably file for bankruptcy... which is likely to happen anyways so why would apple pay to make it happen a little quicker…
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 2:35 AM 9
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Actually, RIM has little to worry about from Apple as they do not need to use any of their designs. RIM has had a large flux of design patents for some time now and its success is not dependent on copying from others namely Apple.
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 2:42 AM 9
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I can't see BB10 succeeding at all. it's too late for the release. It can't compete with three massive ecosystems. there's room for fourth 1st- Android - flagships Nexus/Note 2nd- IOS 3rd Windows phone 4th- BB10
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 2:55 AM 8
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It's never too late if you have an awesome product! Look where Symbian and Windoes Mobile were a few years ago and now their are dead. Nothing is meant to last for ever. Time is not standing still.
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 3:02 AM 12
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Windows Phone is still currently not that much of a massive ecosystem, with Android being somewhere around +55% of the Global Smartphone Market and iOS being +28-30%, Windows Phone is still quite low, still somewhere below 10%.... Maybe Windows Phone 8 will change that, but they're not yet massive by any means. Yet I do agree BB10 is a long shot from becoming a big player with competitors like that.
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 5:59 AM 2
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This is good. Choices are good for everyone. I hope they succeed and pull their company out of the hole. Personally I'd like this for a secondary device. I don't care for WP and I despise anything IOS. Now we have another option. Bravo RIM and good luck!
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 3:03 AM 8
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the problem with BB is all they do is upgrade they old phones they not coming out with anything new they apps are not nearly as good as android or apple or even windows phones im surprised they haven't gone out of business yet
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 3:39 AM 0
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Hopefully they have a plan for this phone (Releaseing it on all major cariors in the us and europe canada etc. giving it a nice amount of apps not just links to pages, making it both user friendly for buisness customers and the average consumer.) they don't need a to jump ship to android or wp not yet at least they just need to get there os right this time. And yes if it is realeased before the company goes bankrupt i will be buying the device(s) there new os is running on.
posted on Sep 02, 2012, 9:55 AM 0
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