While we’re still many months away from the arrival of the first BlackBerry 10 (formerly BBX) devices, that doesn’t mean we don’t get a preview of what they look like. The folks over at Crackberry have managed to uncover an image render of what appears to be the BlackBerry Milan. If this picture is the real deal, then it looks like the Milan isn’t just another version of the BlackBerry London/Sufboard – unless the London has a slide-out keyboard we didn’t know about.
Judging by the image that surfaced online, the BlackBerry Milan will be a vertical-slider with a full QWERTY keyboard that BlackBerry owners currently know and love. There also won’t be any more physical buttons that we recognize from previous BlackBerry phones (i.e. the call, hang-up, menu and back buttons) – even the trackpad is missing. I guess the giant touchscreen display should make up for that. What do you think of the BlackBerry Milan? Will it be something you would spend money on?
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