B10, U10, R10 Shown in Alleged BlackBerry 10 Roadmap for 2013

B10, U10, R10 Shown in Alleged BlackBerry 10 Roadmap for 2013

We recently revealed a whole bunch of BlackBerry 10 codenames. Many of them associated with devices scheduled to release this year and next.

So far, BlackBerry has only been transparent about the upcoming Q10 and then one that will be an “exciting” flagship device, according to CEO Thorsten Heins.

A new alleged BlackBerry 10 2013 roadmap has surfaced, by way of forums member @BB10Leaks. You’ll notice some interesting devices: B10 L*, U10, and R10.

What could these mysterious devices become? The R10 could possibly be the R-Series we’ve told you about, which will be a BlackBerry 10 Curve. Though, in the roadmap it looks like the Q10 on steroids. The other devices look like “phablets”. Could one of them be the Aristo?

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