Now, they are preparing a new mobile phone soon to be released in the near future. In the interim, RIM gives name BlackBerry 10 to the new output products. Problems that often plagued the release of RIM's newest products is the similarity in terms of design forms. Pixelcarve, a design company, came up with the BlackBerry Blade concept that will most probably run on the BlackBerry 10 OS. The design of the Blackberry Blade is different from previous Blackberry devices where the Blackberry Blade has a design with a slightly curved into thin arches in each of its ends.
BlackBerry Blade comes with a screen 4.5 inci, 720 x 1280 pixel, and has been equipped with AMOLED technology and Gorilla Glass. Blackberry Blade is also supported for the touchscreen QWERTY mode or keyboard mode as well. Blackberry Blade running on a quad-core 1.5GHz processor, has a 12 MP camera at the back that does Full HD video recording, in addition to a front-facing 5 MP camera.
Blackberry Blade also supports to 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, HTML5, and Adobe Flash. Connectivity options include MicroHDMI, MicroVGA or MicroUSB ports, apart from a microSD memory card slot. This conceptual handset is made of aluminum and acrylic complete with Gorilla Glass which will ensure the front view looks to be very interesting.
When the design is actually marketed, RIM is expected to return to improve its position in the smartphone market once again tread on the map competition against Android and Apple.