Finishing out the week wouldn't seem right without some a bit more love for the rumored BlackBerry R10. This time it's in the form of a gesture tutorial video courtesy of @MujibAzizi. While the startup video is standard on BlackBerry 10 devices, we've yet to see it live for the R10.
Nothing new to be seen but if you were looking for a bit more proof that the device does exist, this may help a bit.
So far we've seen leaked images of the device in white, black and even red.
A quick refresher on the specs:
- 3.1-inch display, 720 x 720 resolution
- 5MP rear camera, front camera
- Support to shoot up to 2560 x 1920 resolution photos
- 2GB of RAM
- 8GB internal storage
- 2180 mAh non-removable Battery
- BlackBerry 10.1 OS
Again - we don't know when or where (or if) this device will show up, but it seems to be popping up in more and more places lately. Keep up to date with all the latest rumors on our Rumored Devices page.
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