More shots of the BlackBerry 10 N-Series (X10) handset have leaked, offering another clear look at the device's build and Qwerty keyboard, ahead of its rumoured unveiling at RIM's press event this month.
An Instagram user posted the photos of a prototype build of the BlackBerry X10, signified by the engravings underneath the keyboard, loaded on Verizon Wireless stateside. This is sure to make the Qwerty-lovers drool.
RIM is also set to unveil the BlackBerry L-Series at the launch event, featuring a full-touch screen for those who would rather go the non-Qwerty route. We got a promising hands-on of a prototype version of the L-Series in early December and a camera test this month.
Prospective carriers to host the handsets have leaked worldwide in recent months, with Vodafone in the UK, T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T in the US, and Virgin Mobile in Canada possibly hosting at least some of the six devices RIM plans to roll out.
RIM's BlackBerry 10 global launch on 30 January will consist of press events in cities worldwide, including New York, Toronto, London, Paris, Johannesburg and Dubai. Pocket-lint will be providing live coverage as the news happens.
Readers: are you going with a QWERTY or non-QWERTY BlackBerry 10 handset?