Since the early last year, tech giant RIM was already in the news for to its efforts to grab the mobile operating system segment with the launch of BlackBerry 10 OS. Now finally today, that is January 30, RIM will officially release the OS enthrusted in two of its highly anticipated BlackBerry devices at the event.
While one of the duo will be a full touchscreen device, another one will be a full-keyboard variant. Both the devices will reportedly stack up nicely with the specifications which are existing in the high end rival smartphones in the market including display resolution, pixel density, memory, and a 4G LTE connection.
Whatever RIM is going to name its next generation Blackberry, technically the two BlackBerrys are rumored to carry the names Z10 (for the touchscreen version) and X10 (for the keyboard version). Where, Z10 is expected to launch first, with the X10 following shortly sometime during February 2013.
The recent rumors and speculations in the run up to release have leaked out many specs and images of the two BB10 handsets.
While Z10 is anticipated to land with 4.2-inch 1280×768 touchscreen, 1.5GHz dual-core CPU, 8MP primary camera, 2GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, NFC, micro USB 2.0, Wi-Fi and 1800mAh battery. On the other end, X10 is expected to feature dual-core 1.5GHz OMAP 4470 processor with 2GB of RAM, microSIM card, microSD card, same 8-megapixel camera and 16GB of storage.
BlackBerry Z10 is also rumored to feature a Siri-like voice activated personal assistant, and a world class BlackBerry browser.
We will see how the new BlackBerry 10 devices will steal the show and the tech enthusiasts attention at the special event in New York City. Meanwhile, take a look at the best leaked images of the duo handsets to envision what the RIM two upcoming BB10 smartphones will look like. Swirl through the slideshow.