Leaks of RIM’s BlackBerry 10 devices continue to pop up around the web, with the most recent being an in-the-wild shot of the upcoming X10 doing the internet rounds.
Unlike its fellow BlackBerry 10 handset, the Z10, which is an all-touch device, the X10 maintains the classic physical keyboard for which BlackBerrys are so well-known. It does, however, still incorporate a touch screen above the keyboard, as BlackBerry 10 will supposedly be a touch-centric operating system. The leaked photo, which was originally posted on tech site N4BB, also indicates that the keyboard itself will be slightly different, as it is devoid of the center trackpad and the dedicated BlackBerry (option) key.
The original post on N4BB contained a couple of other shots of the X10, both of which are shown below, including a picture of the back of the device, as well as a photo showing off a list of apps in the operating system’s new interface.