Two BB10 handsets will be released in early 2013; one touchscreen and one Qwerty.
RIM has started delivering nearly complete versions of its new devices to US carriers, and the word is that they are quite impressive.
According to an executive with a carrier who has seen presentations of the manufacturer's new BlackBerry 10 devices, they are a marked improvement from the current models and makes BlackBerry more competitive with Android.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins had briefing with the WSJ in which he said there will eventually be six BB10 handsets, evenly divided between units with a physical Qwerty keyboard and units without.
Heins said two units will launch early in 2013; one a touchscreen and the other a traditional BlackBerry Qwerty device.
One additional titbit Heins gave away, was that the new BB10 smartphones will have replaceable batteries so that power users can replace dead cells with fresh ones.
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