New images have leaked regarding Blackberry 10 slider phone concept. With Blackberry 10 phones expected to be announced officially by RIM in the year 2013, the latest slider phone concept is giving space for more rumours and discussions. The company has made it clear that they will be announcing the release of Blackberry 10 Touch based smartphone and Blackberry 10 QWERTY phone by 2013. With more images about Blackberry 10 Slider phone being released, analysts believe that the company will also release this product with its touch and QWERTY phone siblings.
Blackberry 10 Slider Phone is rumoured to be code named Blackberry Milan. There have been recent reports regarding the scrapping of the hardware design by RIM. But now, those rumours are taking newer dimensions again with fresh images of BB10 Slider phone concept getting out. As far as the concept design goes by, device features a sleek and sophisticated look with a black exterior body.
The keyboard design seems to be more impressive with sources claiming that a microtrackpad will be placed between the ‘T’ and ‘Y’ keys in the keyboard. One of the objectives of new Blackberry 10 OS is to make it user friendly. The angular keyboard is supposed to be the main source of attraction in Blackberry 10 Slider phone concept. Even though form factor is impressive, there has been increasing reports of users feeling that screen display size could have been much larger. We can expect more changes regarding overall features and specifications of this device once the final version is launched next year.
RIM is expecting to make significant transformations in both its smartphone and tablet segment with their latest advanced Blackberry 10 OS that will arrive with devices set to be released next year. It might also include Blackberry 10 Slider model smartphone which seems to be in work in progress state. RIM is struggling to catch up with its rivals such as Apple and Microsoft as of now. Company is planning to make greater inroads in to the OS segment with its latest BB10 OS releasing next year.