Just a few days ago analysts predicted Research in Motion’s new moves on the market in the following year, and now, one of the rumors seems to confirm. CrackBerry published at an intriguing BBX Road Map preview with hints of BlackBerry London. Lisbon, Nevada and Milan and now we can take a first glance at what BlackBerry Milan is going to look like.
The images let slip a set of information about BlackBerry 10 smartphones. The new RIM’s handset is a slider phone with the physical full QWERTY keyboard, which became the brand’s trademark. The keyboard looks a little more narrow than the one featured in the current model BlackBerry Torch 2.We can also see a touchscreen, taller and bigger than we might been expected from a BlackBerry. There are rumors, still unconfirmed, about the high pixel density of the displays, apparently with a resolution higher than latest iPhone’s Retina Display.
The design is also rather intriguing. The top corners are round much like BlackBerry PlayBook tablet while at the bottom the corners have a sharper cut. However, if the pictures feature only a prototype this design might change.