Staunch BlackBerry users might be uncomfortable with the idea of the Windows BlackBerry concept with its wide touchscreen interface; however, those consumers caught on the cusp of the iPhone and Android side versus that of RIM's devices might just be won over by Michal Bonikowski stimulating proposal.
Designed for Mindsailors, this fancy looking handset completely reworks the inside and outside of Research In Motion's selection of mobile phones. Keeping to similar dimensions, it scraps the tactile keyboard in favor of a full glossy display, incorporates three touch-sensitive buttons at the bottom and operates with Microsoft software. To be sure, the experience of using the Windows BlackBerry would be entirely different from the existing models. But there would of course be many benefits to appealing to a new consumer base as well.
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