First pictures of the Blackberry R10

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Photos of a new Blackberry device, the Blackberry R10 have leaked on to the internet.

The phone is expected to be the cheaper, more affordable version of the Q10, and although has a slightly different shape, will run on the same Blackberry 10 platform.

The Blackberry R10 is expected to come with a 3.1-inch display with a 720X720 pixel resolution.

It is said to come with 2 GB RAM, 8 GB internal memory and a 5 MP camera. The battery said to be 1800 mAh will be a non-removable battery, perhaps a first for BlackBerry.

Blackberry R10 is expected to be announced in the third quarter this year.

What do you think? Are you gonna get one?

Image Courtesy:  PhoneArena and MobileSyrup.

Wana

Wana

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9 comments

  1. Please people stop hyping this Mid level phone. It has the same respect as the Blackbberry curve series. The Q10 is obviously the Bold series. You will reget not getting the Q10 as the Curves users back in 2007.

    1. Bold or curve they are all the same, I don’t want no stupid physical keyboard taking up room where a bigger screen could be instead. This is the reason that touch screen became popular. I can’t even read the text on that nano sized tiny screen.

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