Saturday, 22 December 2012

The full touch screen phone will mark the debut of Blackberry 10 operating system. Research In Motion's latest Blackberry 10 operating system is going to debut on Blackberry Z10, a full touch screen phone which is set to be unveiled across several cities of the world on January 30th and India is likely to figure in that list. According to Unwiredview and @Evleaks which have posted first official images of the Blackberry Z10, RIM will not be using traditional four-digit model numbers, and will prefer a shorter, catchier nomenclature. blackberry-z10 The Z10 is going to be launched in black and white colours. No details about the X10 are available as of now. The hardware specification details of both the phones are not available either. However, going by the picture, the device looks big and smart. You can also find more clear images of the phone in this story story. You can also find the details about the BlackBerry 10 OS here. In another story, we had also discussed about the use of gestures in the upcoming operating system.


The full touch screen phone will mark the debut of Blackberry 10 operating system.

Research In Motion's latest Blackberry 10 operating system is going to debut on Blackberry Z10, a full touch screen phone which is set to be unveiled across several cities of the world on January 30th and India is likely to figure in that list.

According to Unwiredview and @Evleaks which have posted first official images of the Blackberry Z10, RIM will not be using traditional four-digit model numbers, and will prefer a shorter, catchier nomenclature.

The Z10 is going to be launched in black and white colours. No details about the X10 are available as of now. The hardware specification details of both the phones are not available either.

However, going by the picture, the device looks big and smart. You can also find more clear images of the phone in this story story.

You can also find the details about the BlackBerry 10 OS here. In another story, we had also discussed about the use of gestures in the upcoming operating system.

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