With all the talk of iOS 6, the iPhone 5, Android Jelly Bean, the Asus Nexus 7, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 (phew), suckas act like they forgot about BlackBerry 10.
If RIM could have your attention for a moment (unofficially, of course), we gots details of the BlackBerry 10 L-Series and N-Series.
The BlackBerry 10 L-Series, formerly known as the BlackBerry London, will be an all touch device, with a 768 x 1280 resolution, 55mm-wide display, and PPI of 356.
The BlackBerry 10 N-Series, formerly referred to as the BlackBerry Nevada, will be a more traditional BlackBerry – with a QWERTY keyboard. Resolution is said to be a slightly odd 720 x 720, with a 52-53mm display (width, that is), and PPI of 330.
The first N-Series in particular will have an OLED display, though the document adds: “some of the subsequent releases may use LCD”.
It’s reckoned that the BlackBerry 10 L-Series will touch down first, probably September, with the N-Series following at some point in Q1 of 2013. By which point we’ll be rocking iPhone 5s and Samsung Galaxy Note 2s. Just a thought.