BlackBerry N-Series Shines in Live Photos Ahead of Launch
Dec 29, 2012
The BlackBerry 10 OS is scheduled to be released in January, and we were already able to see two new devices from RIM.
We’ve already seen several spy photos of the L-Series or BlackBerry Z10 device rumored to be one of two new RIM smartphones to launch with the brand spanking new BlackBerry 10 OS. Now, it’s time for the N-Series to shine in the leaked photos.
If the BlackBerry Z10 is the first full-touchscreen device from RIM, the N-Series follows the trademark QWERTY configuration we learned to appreciate and adore from the Canadian manufacturer of BlackBerry casino tools. Both devices are certain to launch alongside the new BlackBerry 10 OS, come January 2013.
The BlackBerry N-Series not only offers the classic QWERTY keyboard to BlackBerry gambling enthusiasts, but will also have a capacitive touchscreen. Such combination is hoped to become an extra selling point for the company’s future products.
As can be seen on the spy images, the N-Series is pretty similar to the current BlackBerry Bold 9900, but has no menu and navigation buttons, providing space for a bigger screen. The QWERTY layout appears to provide the same craftsmanship and comfort that BlackBerry fans are used to.
The next RIM event is scheduled to take place in New York City on January 30, and both devices are bound to make an official appearance there alongside the much anticipated new OS.