By Stephen Schenck | July 11, 2013 6:56 PM
A little over a month ago, we started hearing rumors of an upcoming BlackBerry 10 smartphone that would arrive as the A10. Supposedly, this phone would arrive to complement the Z10, Q10, and Q5 later this year. Specifically, there was mention of Sprint giving the A10 a home sometime this November. That was all interesting enough, but besides that name, didn’t tell us anything about the phone itself. We might just be getting a little closer to the story on this A10 today, upon the leak of what could be the first image of the A10.
Like the Z10, bookending the other side of alphabet, the A10 should be a keyboard-less slate. Apparently it’s not taking all its inspiration from the Z10, however, and it’s possible that the phone’s rear might resemble the design of the Q10, instead.
It almost looks a bit like the bottom half of a white Z10, combined with the top half of a black Q10. For all we know, the design may get a tweak before release, but what do you think? Is BlackBerry nailing the look of its BlackBerry 10 handsets, or are phones like the A10 showing it start to lose focus a little?