New BB10 Device - Codename "Berlin" (Is this real? Have we seen this?)
Just read a tweet... "first sketch of a new BB10 device - codename Berlin #BlackBerry #BB10 #RIM"
This person only has 2 tweets, Just wondering if people think there is any legitimacy to this, or if you think the person just drew it up themselves.
Not sure if this image has been seen before. Kinda reminds me of that wrap-around screen concept from awhile back.
Anyhooo... Looks like it'd be a nice device, although not sure how the "TouchBars" would work in reality.
- CrackBerry Abuser
11-21-12, 08:16 AM #3
- 186 Posts
My god I hope it's true and similar to the wrap around screen. That (concept) was the winner for me touch wise hands down. I think if RIM announced the 'Berlin' along with the 'Blade' model they could really capture the younger (18-35) wow factor on hardware alone.
- 11-21-12, 11:25 AM #12
- 11-21-12, 11:34 AM #13
- 11-21-12, 01:49 PM #14
I actually don't like this since it reminds me of the Nokia Lumia devices which I'm not a huge fan of.... but of course these are just sketches anyways...
Can you try to track down pics of the N-series by any chance?!Don't be afraid to LIKE or say THANKSConcept Corner: C004104CASamsung SPH A540 / Motorola V551 / Samsung SCH A645 / HTC Touch P3050 / BB Curve 8330 / BB Bold 9000 / Huawei U8100 / Apple iPhone 3GS / Motorola Spice / BB Curve 3G 9300 / Apple iPhone 4S / BB Bold 9900 / BB Q10 / (Current) iPhone 6 Plus / (Future) BB Classic 2
- 11-21-12, 09:04 PM #15
RIM should patent this idea if it is truly theirs.
The left side bar could have little rectangles that light up when there's a new BBM/EMail/SMS etc. The right side could be a scroll bar for the browser so you're not covering the content while browsing.
- 11-22-12, 06:43 PM #16
Looks like an iPhone 5, without rounded corners?? I mean look at the holes for the speakers and the BB logo right in the top middle.
RIM is more creative then that.i have secret sources that confirm that blackberry is getting bought by apple. i also have sources that say that toasters are the future of mobile computing. i wonder if my signature requires a "[rumor]" or "[joke]" to ruin the [satire] in this short phrase.
- 11-22-12, 07:41 PM #17
Mic being so close to speaker = feedback? The measurements in inches are a nice touch, but mm is more precise and Canada uses the metric system, so I'm suspicious.I was tapering off. I'm all tapered out now.
- CrackBerry Addict
11-23-12, 06:39 AM #19
- 610 Posts
Its the little details that will call out a fake first also, if this is real and RIM actually build their phones to tolerances LESS than +/- 0.002in than we would not be receiving these high quality devices... you can actually tell with your naked eye a discrepency of 0.001in (say its a gap between screen and boarder, you could tell one end of the gap is bigger)Previous device(s):BlackBerry Z30(Black),BlackBerry Z10(Black),BlackBerry Q10(Black),8820 world edition,9800 Torch(Black),9780 Bold(Black),9700 Bold(Black),9900 Bold(Black),9810 Torch(White), iPhone3GS(Black),iPhone5C(Pink)
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- 11-23-12, 06:53 AM #20
The drawing makes it out to be Lumia 900 which I'm holding in my hand. It's the exact thing down to the smallest details. The other thing is there is no HDMI port. The HDMI port seems to be standard on BB10. However the Lumia 900 has no HDMI port. I'm having a hard time believing this is real.Through the Years :2001 Ericsson T29s> Sony Z5> Sony Z7> SE Z600>Moto A760> RAZR V3>Razr V3i>BB 8800>BB 9500 >BB 9800>Bold 9900..RIM Returns with a bang
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- 11-23-12, 07:09 AM #21
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