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New QNX enabled BlackBerry to rock a front facing camera

 

We already know that QNX enabled BlackBerry smartphones are expected to launch in the beginning of 2012.  We got a tip from a RIM representative about the QNX BlackBerry coming with a front facing camera.  It was years ago that we heard RIM had plans to implement that into their smartphones and finally they are.  On a side note, RIM has been showing off the QNX BlackBerry to employees according to the inside tipster.  It doesn’t surprise me that they’ve seen it since it’s only a few months away from launching to begin with right?  As always, since there’s no leaked images or screenshots we’ll keep this one as a rumor until further details surface.

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New QNX enabled BlackBerry to rock a front facing camera
Jon Destouche
Thu, 21 Jul 2011 16:30:30 GMT

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