Pic supposedly showing BlackBerry 10 N-Series leaks

Pic supposedly showing BlackBerry 10 N-Series leaks
A new picture has surfaces that allegedly shows the rear of the Blackberry 10 N-series phone. It's hard to say if the pic is legit or not, because obviously we would need to see the front of the device to know, so we'll have to file this one as being an unsubstantiated rumor. We're hoping to see a real shot of the N-series at some point soon though.

The BlackBerry 10 N-series is the device that will come with the traditional physical keyboard, although it is also reported to have a much larger (and high-res) 720x720 display. We've seen the front of the device before courtesy of Mr. Blurrycam, but nothing better than that (the title image on this article is a render of what the device is expected to look like.)

There have been rumors that the N-series will launch under the name BlackBerry X10, which would certainly go well with the full touchscreen device that has recently been outed with the name BlackBerry Z10

source: NerdBerry via pocketnow



6. ChiX017

Posts: 308; Member since: Nov 09, 2011

Prototype..not sure the final version will look like this.

5. snowgator

Posts: 3630; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

This is the device aimed to keep the traditional BlackBerry user, of which there are still millions. The Z10 will be the device that RIM will hope appeals to the Android/iPhone user.

4. SaM1X

Posts: 9; Member since: Dec 12, 2012

I wish BB would make it a bit larger n add a TRACKPAD. Without the TRACKPAD the front looks ugly. N they should introduce the carbon fiber back with some metal accents and BOLD written above the BB logo. But not the plastic one.

3. GeekMovement unregistered

My opinion: The front of the device in the featured picture is amazing, but the back is rather common and unimpressive. I wish it would be more similar to the Bold 9900/9930.

1. raphz

Posts: 37; Member since: Oct 22, 2012

one word "ugly" blackberry bold 9790 way better looking

2. haroonazeem638

Posts: 141; Member since: Mar 29, 2011

WRONG! I think it's a very beautiful looking phone. However, I still won't buy it. Can't use a tiny screen or that tiny keyboard. I'm used to 4.3+ inch sized smartphones.

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