RIM's BlackBerry 10 landing page includes demo videos, hardware tease

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| December 8, 2012

BlackBerry 10 hardware teaser RIM

Research In Motion's BlackBerry 10 launch event is still a little under two months away, but the company has a teaser page set up to tide BlackBerry fans over until late January, and the page was recently refreshed with a tease of what may be some new hardware. There aren't many details of the device that can be gleaned from the above image, but we can see what may be some volume buttons on the side along with a second button on top of the phone. The textured rear of the product features both a camera and a BlackBerry logo. Also included on the page are some brief BlackBerry 10 clips, like this one showing off BlackBerry Flow and another of a BlackBerry 10 on-stage demo from BlackBerry Jam Americas.

RIM hasn't said much about the official BlackBerry 10 hardware that will launch with the platform next year, revealing only that the first smartphone to run its new platform will be a full-touch device and that a QWERTY-equipped model will follow shortly after. There's not a ton of new information that today's tease adds, but considering Thorsten and Co.'s silence on the hardware side of BlackBerry 10, I'm sure that many BlackBerry fans will take what they can get while waiting for their page-a-day calendars to flip over to January 30. How many of you are looking forward to giving BlackBerry 10 a go when it launches in 2013?

Via CrackBerry, BlackBerry 10 landing page