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by George Heymann

BlackBerry 10 Coming This Fall? RAZR Maxx Making It’s Way Across The Pond, New Droid Incredible 4G Pops Out Of Thin Air

Smartphone Briefs

by Chris Coleman@PhoneKnack

RIM has been mum on details concerning BlackBerry 10 but a recently leaked roadmap has shined a little light on subject. No official date has been released or announced but by looking at the roadmap we can see what RIM has in mind for upcoming BlackBerry releases and then play the guessing game as to when we should see BlackBerry 10.

I foresee RIM releasing BlackBerry 10 sometime in October or November based off previously stated timeframes for it’s release. This is purely speculation but I imagine that RIM does not want to get overshadowed by the release of the new iPhone which will most likely be making a late sumer/fall debut as well.

For those UK fans who have been patiently waiting for Motorola to give you an official taste of the latest Droid action, your prays have finally been answered. Motorola has announced that the Droid RAZR Maxx will be available sometime in May, but UK customers can begin to pre-order now.

The specs for the UK version of the Droid RAZR Maxx are near identical to its US counterpart. Both Clove and Expansy are currently taking pre-orders.

The Ice Cream Sandwich Droid Incredible 4G will be powered by a 1.2 GHZ processor with 1GB of RAM. A 8-megapixel camera is on the back with a VGA camera on the front. The Incredible 4G will have a 4 inch qHD display, which lets just say is a step up from HD. Beats Audio will be onboard and the Incredible 4G has the ability to support up to 10 devices for mobile hotspot. Up to 32GB can be added via a microSD card.

With the specs already released as well as an official online presence it is only a matter of time until Verizon announces the release date for this beauty.

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