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
Screenshot from The Cellular Guru

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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