Until RIM finally unveils the two new BlackBerry 10 handsets it will launch at its press events on 30 January, there will be plenty of leaks and speculation, as previously stated,
The latest concerns the more elusive of the two devices, the Qwerty keyboard-toting BlackBerry N-Series (also rumoured to be called the BlackBerry X10 on launch). While we've seen a pic of the phone in recent days, new ones have emerged that don't look as if they've been snapped in the middle of a dense London fog.
Having seen the user interface for the BB10 operating system in a previous leak, it does look as if it would benefit from a longer, full touchscreen, as found on the purported BlackBerry L-Series (or BlackBerry Z10, if certain sources are to be believed). However, purists would argue that a true BlackBerry handset has a Qwerty keyboard, so the N-Series would sate many of their demands.
RIM's BlackBerry 10 global launch will consist of press events in various strategic cities worldwide, including New York, Toronto, London, Paris, Johannesburg and Dubai. Pocket-lint, of course, will be at one of them to bring you the latest news as it happens.
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