RIM are set to launch BlackBerry 10 in just a few weeks, January 30th to be precise when they will be holding a number of press event around the world to celebrate, but as with most things in today’s market we already know a a wide selection of details due to various leaks.
The latest of which comes from a training manual which was distributed to Rogers staff in the US, somehow Crackberry managed to gets its hands on the presentation and of course posted it online for all to see.
With the manual, RIM claims the OS will provide a “best in class HTML5 compatibility and performance” for the web browser, adding that there will be as much as 70,000 apps available from launch.
The presentation also states the device to run the OS will have a 4.2 inch HD screen with a 356ppi, and a 1800mAh battery.
We should hear more when RIM officially reveal the Z10 and X10 handsets on January 30th, in the meantime check out the slides below.