BlackBerry 10 phone teased by RIM

RIM give a sneak-peek at its soon-to-be-released smartphone

By - December 11, 2012 Share on LinkedIn
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RIM (Research in Motion) has sent out a teaser image of its upcoming BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

The image was posted to the company’s website, and although a vague glimpse, it lends to the expected form factor of the device.

From the teaser image, it appears that the phone will have some sort of textured backing with the camera placed in the upper-left corner.

Volume buttons seem to also be visible in the image, which are placed the right side of the handset, with what looks to be a power button or locking button placed at the top in the middle.

RIM is expected to launching the device on 30 January, 2013.

Check out the teaser image below:

BlackBerry 10 smartphone

BlackBerry 10 teaser

Source: BlackBerry.com

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