Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Jun 2012 21:31 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Engadget has something that could, if you squint, be regarded as a hands-on of BlackBerry 10. "We finally got a chance to cut through the smoke and mirrors of the company's polished PowerPoint presentations to get some honest-to-goodness, up-close and personal time testing the software." This is all they seem to be confident enough to show. Not a good sign for RIM. Not good at all.
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grantpalin
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2011-02-11

A non-physical keyboard on this is also killer... killer bad.


To be clear, RIM are not abandoning the keyboard, despite media reports saying that is the case. RIM have stated that they want to focus all their attention on a single model for the initial BB10 release, which will be the fullscreen touch model. They have also said that a keyboard version will follow.

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