People pls be keen observer, the device is somewhat covered with somewhat square casing to hide its real look, yes its indeed looks like N9, i just hope my wish has come true that RIM revived harmattan/meego :)
If you make a quality device and good software, you will easily double your market share.
Omar, 27 Jan 2013Oh my god I live in Kuwait !!! People here love blackberry so muchPpl love blackberry but since 2010 BB has been on a snowballin decline. The majority either have a s3 or note 2.
It's a dev device, the final wont have a brick design. A lot of people make such unintelligent comments that can be avoided if they would actually read the article instead of just looking a pictures.
This is probably a very early beta to test the OS on a touch screen device.
I love reading all the past posts about the looks of this phone. I was lucky to have had time to play with this handset a few days ago. I like many other ex-blackberry users lost faith in their previous models and moved to iPhones, HTC or Samsungs. After spending about an hour using this phone I guarantee we will all be coming back. This phone may look like the iPhone 5, but trust me when I say it's NOTHING like it or any other handset out there at the moment. The touch screen just flowed with no lags at all unlike their other attempts. They seem to have taken aspects from other manufactures and improved on them. I for one can't wait for this to be released.
The design is appalling overall. Then again it does have a kind of 'executive' theme, still better looking than all of blackberry's phones so far though.
If these pictures r tru then i like its design but android+htc my 1st prefrence.
Few more days and RIM unveil BB10's capability. This phone may be not for you, so grow up and post your rant somewhere else.
wow these guys need to add some curves, this thing has a 5 year old design