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Leak: Rogers training gives few clues on BlackBerry 10 phone

updated 12:38 pm EST, Wed January 16, 2013

Snapdragon processor, 356ppi pixel density confirmed

Training materials for the upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices have leaked online. The manuals, claimed to be from carrier Rogers, give a few more details about the future Research In Motion flagship smartphone, including its "Best in class HTML5" browser, and an expected 70,000 apps and 20 million songs expected to be made available at launch.

The training, found by Crackberry, seems to be aimed towards employees dealing with sales at the carrier, with the smartphone said to be aimed towards those deemed as "Hyper Connected," namely those using social networks more often than other smartphone users. A pixel density of 356 ppi is mentioned, along with a "Qualcomm S4 CPU" and a 1,800 mAh battery. The rest of the training covers how the device uses certain functions, such as Flow and Balance, allowing users to switch between "work and personal personas," depending on what is required on-screen.

The launch of BlackBerry 10 is set for January 30th, and will be supported by a number of carriers that will offer whatever RIM smartphones are launched on their networks.



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