We’ve already seen a few images of RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry 10 smartphones, but now BusinessInsider has a fresh crop of photos. The device you see above is allegedly the Z10 and is headed to Verizon Wireless and AT&T in the new year. The source of the leak said that the back of the phone feels like rubber, that the screen is impressive and that the web browser supports flash and is “just as fast as a desktop browser.”
Apparently there’s also support inside BlackBerry 10 for both work and play use profiles. In other words, you can set the phone to work as a dedicated work device and then switch over to your personal profile when you’re ready to ditch the enterprise apps. BB10 also apparently features Evernote integration and can boot in a minute.
Finally, RIM’s new AppWorld has allegedly been revamped to look similar to the Google Play Android store. We’re excited — the device looks compelling enough and we can’t wait to hear more about BlackBerry 10 on Jan. 30.