While we don’t have much indication of what kind of hardware to expect out of Research In Motion when BlackBerry 10 hits, we can at least get an idea of where the company’s head is at. And, judging from the names, someone in the RIM hierarchy has been playing quite a bit of Call of Duty.
A series of unannounced devices currently being developed by the Waterloo-based company have been uncovered deep inside a Dev Alpha device — which we got hands-on with last week — and all are supposedly slated to run RIM’s upcoming BB10. Among the names listed include the London, possibly RIM’s first BlackBerry 10 device, and the Winchester2, which is likely to be the 3G and 4G PlayBook, N4BB said.
Other names in the lineup include Nevada, Nashville and Naples, which are all expected to be BlackBerry 10 devices. Will the names mentioned be touchscreen-only? Or will RIM include the company’s famous QWERTY keyboard with some of these devices? We’ve got the names and internal model numbers. It’s only a matter of time before someone digs up even juicier information on these unannounced handsets.