RIM’s line-up of next-gen BB10 packing BlackBerry phones (their new OS, formerly known as BBX) gets a new addition today, as the BlackBerry Milan makes its leaked debut online.
Similarly shaped to the Torch 9810, it features BlackBerry’s famed full-QWERTY set-up in a slider that sits just underneath a full touchscreen.
The first leaked shot of the device, appearing over at CrackBerry, seems to show that RIM have dropped their often-derided optical trackpad, as well as the menu, call and back buttons.
Aside from the build, little is known on the inner specs of the device. However, the screen is said to feature a far denser pixel-density than previous BlackBerry touchscreen offerings.
More on the handset as its details trickle through.