RIM’s First QNX BlackBerry Caught on Camera?

What you are looking at here may or may not be one of RIM’s first QNX smartphones, a device that is thought to be called the BlackBerry “London”. We say might because the device is still unconfirmed to be the real deal. The device supposedly will be making its debut in June of 2012 and it’s apparently thinner than the iPhone 4 and around the same size as the Samsung Galaxy S II.

In addition to the photo, some supposed specs have leaked out as well and we think they will, if true, delight all of you out there that have been waiting to see what RIM has up its sleeve beyond its current crop of BlackBerry 7 devices.

The London apparently has a 1.5GHz TI OMAP dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, 16GB of on-board storage, and a design vastly different than the usual BlackBerry suspects.

BlackBerry London?

It also appears to be running an off-shoot of the BlackBerry PlayBook’s operating system which seems to go along with what we heard about what RIM is doing with its next smartphones.

Again, this device could very well be a hoax but if it turns out that it’s not, are you interested?

Via: The Verge

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Comments

  1. Min Zhu says

    RIM have problem in its enterprise culture and outdated management, looks big, but old before really grow up.

    Years before, companies make money from feature phone, it give RIM chance to make money without competition, but when they want make money in smart-phone market, they win easily, why, is that because they hired supper employees, no, RIM also have excellent employees from all over the world.

     low efficient and slow motion speed, when the others come, RIM always play catch-up. what will happen if the others want the enterprise cake。

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