The image of the future unofficial BlackBerry suggests a simple design and the disappearance of buttons and the navigation pad.
With the arrival of the BlackBerry OS 10 (formerly called BBX), RIM is preparing to launch a range of new smartphones. CrackBerry.com has recently unveiled a roadmap for the Canadian firm om are several models with the code names of great cities like London, Lisbon and Milan.
The site has managed to get a picture of Milan that reveals a slider type smartphone with a landscape screen that slides to reveal a physical keyboard. No hardware specification but has filtered CrackBerry says he learned that the screen of Milan, like those of other models will offer a greater pixel density than the iPhone 4. The photo also shows that the navigation pad and control buttons (answer, hang up, menu ...) typical BlackBerry disappeared.
According to information from CrackBerry, the Milan is expected to arrive in March 2012