Remember the BlackBerry Storm? If you do, you probably wish you didn't. Yes, it pretty much sucked. But RIM's second attempt at touch-screen, the hybrid Torch, has by comparison a resounding success. Now the Waterloo tech titan looks to launch a non-Storm, touch-screen only device.
BGR has the scoop and the pics, and it's pretty impressive. It looks a lot like the Torch but with a slightly larger screen and no slide-out keyboard. And it boasts some awesome specs: a 3.7-inch touch-screen with a resolution of 800×480, a 1.2GHz processor, WiFi, GPS, and NFC capabilities (which may not be on the iPhone 5), and a 5 megapixel camera with flash and 720p HD video recording, all on BlackBerry OS 6.1.
This device should be unveiled officially at BlackBerry World in May alongside a potential slew of other BlackBerries - a touch-screen Bold, a touch-screen Curve, and a next-gen Torch. What a show that shall be.