Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion is only several months away from making the first handsets running under BlackBerry 10 official, and enthusiasts can hardly wait to put their hands on these devices.
We still have little knowledge on what RIM will pack these phones with, yet previous leaks have already provided us with the possibility to make an idea of what could arrive on shelves soon.
Thus, designer DigitalHomeBoy
came up with their own BlackBerry 10 concept phone
based on the specifications that RIM’s actual devices might sport, and threw in an outer design that could easily appeal a lot to all users out there.
Dubbed TK5 Justice, the new BlackBerry 10 Superphone concept features both a touchscreen and a physical QWERTY keyboard, while packing high-end hardware inside.
It is powered by a dual-core Krait 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, paired with 2GB of RAM and 16GB / 32GB of internal memory, while also offering support for up to 64GB of external storage space via a microSD memory card slot.
There is a 16-megpixel photo snapper available on the back of this concept device
, with auto-focus, image stabilization and support for full HD video recording, complemented by a 3.5MP camera on the front for making video calls.
The 3.4-inch OCTA Glass OLED screen can deliver a 960 x 720 pixel resolution, and there is also a 2,500mAh battery packed inside the device, to provide users with extended usage times.
As one can easily imagine, the concept phone also comes with the full set of sensors available in high-end smartphones today, as well as with all the connectivity capabilities that users would like it to include.
On the downside, BlackBerry TK Justice is only a concept phone
, which makes it almost impossible for it to become a real product soon.
However, enthusiasts can always dream of the day when RIM will bring to shelves a similar product. You can learn more on the device by having a look at the story behind it, presented on the designer’s website on this page