Purportedly leaked specs of Research in Motion's (RIM) new BlackBerry 10 line show a new all-touch smartphone that has a higher resolution screen than the "Retina display" on the iPhone 4S, according to BlackBerry news site N4BB.com.
This older BB 10 concept goes by the codename London.
The specs include details of both the BackBerry 10 L-series, an all-touch screen device, and the N-series, which features the traditional physical QWERTY keyboard.
The L-series has a 768 x 1280 screen resolution and has a screen that is 55-mm wide, while the N-series is 720 x 720 resolution with a 52 to 53-mm wide screen, according to an internal document that also shows images of the phones' layouts.
RIM has had a spate of bad news lately. In the latest blow, a Morgan Stanley analyst expects a delay in the fall debut of the BlackBerry 10 line due to fiscal problems and said that the company may have to shed 90 percent of its workforce to survive.