Here’s an interesting story. Remember how BGR reported that BlackBerry 10 was rumored to be a disaster, and RIM countered their story with claims that the rumors were false? Well, today’s tip seems to suggest that the former’s source might be right. According to the folks over at N4BB, RIM’s first BlackBerry 10 device – the slider device that was codenamed Milan has been reportedly cancelled. No word on why the device was cancelled but apparently it’s a hardware-related issue.
But since the phone was never officially announced, it’s hard to make a big deal about the issue either – it could have been a fan-made drawing or a leaked concept for all we know. However, if the device is indeed real, and was cancelled due to problems, could it possibly be BlackBerry 10-related? Nothing is certain right now, but if you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the Milan, I wouldn’t hold my breath if I were you.
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