Research in Motion had earlier announced the launch of five new Blackberry phones that is supposed to be launched in succession, one after the other. Initiating the chain release of the new Blackberry phones, the Blackberry Colt will be out in the stores by the next year. The rumor about the release was confirmed true when the news regarding the launch was found on a trust worthy website.
The new Blackberry phones are said to have a QNX operating system. The device will be having a single core processor. The QNX software is reportedly obtained last year from Harman International. It is expected to replace the current OS adopted in the Blackberry phones but it won't be a sudden change and might take a while, calling the fact that it was not too far since the advanced operating system powered Playbooks were made available to the world by the company. This is supposed to be the main reason why the Playbook is not quoted to have an email client.
Image which has been spreading under the Blackberry Colt name has featured a new re-modified front display with custom menu options and popup drawers. It is found to have a larger screen display from the conventional Blackberry handsets. The menu columns in the front display can be slided to either side accordingly and also the bottom space is lined with a menu strip bar with four icons representing the media, favorites, games and default. All menu options can be now easily accessed and it is easy to navigate to different utility regions. This is possible as each of the icon tabs has its own sub menus and short cuts to other variety applications like the gallery menus consisting of recorder, camera function etc. The application world pre coded in the Blackberry Colt phone allows the user to search for particular Blackberry applications which makes the interactions much easier with the gadget.
Though the novelty of the image is not verified by any authority concerned, it can't be expected utterly to be the phone we are talking about, although the features and specifications discussed are related to the Blackberry Colt. The image spreading under the concerned title may or may not be part of the actual model, now that it's already clear that there are models coming under the same category but yet to be released. Word is that, the engineers at RIM are monitoring the prototype model of Blackberry Colt, made to run with a single core Processor.