Domingo, 2 de Março de 2008

HTC has Tytn 2, SE got Xperia, BlackBerry feels left out



...so they come up with a patent. With the success of these slide up stylish business phones, Blackberry found a market to target, lack of originality I guess.

The patent is quite old, so now I wonder who came up with this concept first, all I remember on these gigantic slides were i-mate KJAM.

Blackberry seems to be wanting to get rid of their small QWERTY keyboards and opt for something bigger and more comfortable for the user to do what the Blackberry does best: email.

Besides the form factor, we can notice the trackball on the top slide, and most obviously what looks like a possible touchscreen. If the phone was to be released, it would need GPS, HSDPA and WiFi in order to join the competition.

Source: Electronista via IntoMobile
published by Meraj Chhaya às 10:34
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