RIM’s unannounced BlackBerry Z10 fully leaked in video

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While RIM’s BlackBerry 10 announcement is still around 2 weeks away, the devices meant to run its new operating system are already being fully demoed through some pretty substantial leaks. This might be the best look we’ve had yet at what is widely expected to be called the BlackBerry Z10, RIM’s take on now standard touchscreen rectangular slab. Check out the walkthrough video below, courtesy of Telekom Presse:

The video is 7 minutes long and is a pretty detailed look at both the software and hardware of the Z10. If RIM doesn’t make any substantial changes to the model that hits markets, you may well be looking at the final product here, albeit without the official explanations and highlighting that RIM will be doing when it’s announced.

With that said, what do you think of the phone? Will this phone be the savior for RIM or is another nail in the coffin? Let us know in the comments!

[via The Verge, Telekom Presse]

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  1. Strahd

    @ Kathryn

    I think those are some kind of padding he placed on the screen, so as not ot scratch it as he shows off the phone.

    As for being the savior for RIM, that remains to be seen. I have always liked BBs, but from what i have seen in the video, it doesn’t look like somethign people will stand in line to get. There doesn’t seem to be anything there that would “wow” me or anyone else for that matter.

    When i see this video, all i think about is a BB that will help “train/prepare” its fans/users to move up into an android phone or iphone.

    RIM is like Ken Shamrock ( an old MMA fighter), who just didn’t know when to quit and retire gracefully.

    Throw in the towel RIM, and license your software to other platforms already!

    I need RIMs email push service on my android phone!