BlackBerry Showed an All-touch Device at Experience London Event

BlackBerry Showed an All-touch Device at Experience London Event

BlackBerry recently held an Experience Event in London. Most of the invited members of the press were supposedly then held under a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for the remainder of the event.

What were they going to be shown? BlackBerry apparently showed three to four unreleased devices, which where: Windermere, Classic, Porsche P’9983, and a mysterious all-touch.

The Windermere being the unofficially dubbed “Q30″ and the Classic is the device we probably won’t actually call the “Q20″.

Porsche Design will finally soon introduce a QWERTY BlackBerry 10 smartphone called the P’9983. Currently, they only have the Z10 remake called the P’9982.

Furthermore, BlackBerry allegedly showed off an all-touch device. This device might be the “Manitoba” we’ve been hearing so much about? Our editor James Nieves recently discussed the Manitoba all-touch device in length on our latest N4BB Live webcast. The device reportedly looked like a second iteration of the Z30.

It will be interesting to see if more information begins to trickle out about these devices. Perhaps, we’ll see that 64-bit BlackBerry device with 1080p resolution quite soon after all.

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