BlackBerry has certainly taken their devices to the next level. Expected to be grabbed from gadget racks by June of the year 2012, the BlackBerry London, as it has been dubbed by its mother company, has been readily created with QNX roots and BBX operating system.
QNX is a commercialized real time OS that is pretty much UNIX-like real-time operating system (RTOS); currently powering the PlayBook. Plus, its main goal revolves around the embedded systems market. BBX, on the other hand, is still an upcoming proprietary mobile OS that has been released by developers Research in Motion for its line of BlackBerry Smartphones. It’s a combination of elements from BlackBerry OS, QNX and endowed with cloud capability.
According to the leaked details, the BlackBerry London is prepped with a TI OMAP dual-core CPU that is clocked to roughly 1.5GHz. Being the first-ever product of what BlackBerry has envisioned the future of Smartphones to be, it is equipped with an 8MP camera at the device’s rear end and has another 2MP shooter at the front portion.
The BlackBerry London is believed to be a lot slimmer than the iPhone 4 but is around a similar size like that of the Galaxy S II. Further rumours share that the device can be put up straight on one of its sides. This would indicate that the device might be boxier than might be reflected in leaked photos.