BlackBerry Z10 revealed in black and white
More pictures of the BlackBerry Z10 have surfaced online ahead of the launch on January 30
A fresh set of BlackBerry Z10 pictures have surfaced on the web, showing off what could be final renders.
It's the first big launch from BlackBerry in quite some time and many are eargerly awaiting the device to see if it can save RIM from impending doom.
These pictures, courtesy of EVleaks, look to be the real deal press shots and show off an all-touch design with what loks like either a polycarbonate or aluminium casing.
There's a speaker on the top at the front, alongside a camera.
Almost the whole front panel seems to be covered in glass, while under the screen, there's the BlackBerry logo.
Moving onto the display, there's a 4G icon in the corner, suggesting the device will be 4G-enabled, and a sneek peek of the new BB10 user interface (UI).
Most networks in the UK have already announced they'll be stocking at least one BlackBerry 10 device, whether this is the BlackBerry Z10 or BlackBerry X10, which comes with a keyboard.
BlackBerry 10 is a whole new direction for RIM and the company is claiming to have at least 104,000 BlackBerry 10 apps avallable at launch, which will certainly please some RIM-haters out there.