Research in Motion (RIM) may anytime launch its BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system, probably in next couple of weeks. Before the official announcement it seems the handset giant once again is putting all the efforts in regaining its lost market share.
In a very recent leak it is learned that RIM is coming up with a new handset called BlackBerry Patagonia 9620 which will carry a QWERTY keyboard, as we have seen in all the earlier models of BlackBerry.
Well, BlackBerry 10 won't be running on this device but instead we will see BlackBerry OS 7.1. It will be powered by 1.2GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 processor and is to be equipped with 768MB of RAM.
The leaked document by way of Crackberry suggests BlackBerry Patagonia 9620 will sport 2.44-inch screen and will provide a resolution of 480 x 360 pixels. It will carry an internal storage of 2GB that can be expanded via microSD card. A 5-megapixel camera will be mounted on the rear side and it is to be equipped with connectivity features like GPS navigation, PTT support and of course Wi-Fi.
The launching date has not yet been guessed but Nextel Mexico talks about December release.
It is further learned the device may be for the budget-minded people who look for BlackBerry for their day-to-day use.