Research In Motion released a few months ago a BlackBerry 10 device aimed at developers. The company is known for launching multiple builds of upcoming devices to integrate the best user experience in the final products.
The latest device launched by RIM, the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha was handed out to developers at the last BlackBerry 10 Jam event.
Today, the folks over at CrackBerry
have learned that there's a new BlackBerry 10
Dev Alpha B in the works, which will be given for free to developers in the following weeks.
RIM has already confirmed the existence of the device and stated that “there will eventually be a minor hardware bump to Dev Alphas coming off the line – normal part of any pre-release program
In addition, the company said the new smartphone's “layout of some of the components like micro SIM placement has been changed
.” Stay tuned for more info on the subject.