BlackBerry Magnum spotted in the wild

It appears to be the company's first touch-screen QWERTY device, and an attempt to bridge the gap between its popular Curve and Bold QWERTY handsets and its Storm touch-screen device.

BlackBerry Magnum
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A new Research In Motion BlackBerry device, code-named Magnum, has been spotted and videotaped in the wild.

It appears to be the company's first touch-screen QWERTY device, and an attempt to bridge the gap between its popular Curve and Bold QWERTY handsets and its Storm touch-screen device.

Read more of "BlackBerry Magnum spotted in the wild; RIM's first touch-screen QWERTY" on ZDNet's The ToyBox.

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    Andrew Nusca is the editor of SmartPlanet and an associate editor at ZDNet. He has written for New York, Men's Vogue, Popular Mechanics, and Money. He is based in New York.

     

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