Research In Motion offered developers a prototype smartphone Tuesday based on its upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system, along with tools aimed at showing software writers how their applications will look on the platform. CEO Thorsten Heins declined to give a time frame for the BlackBerry 10's release, and the prototype hardware was not designed to resemble the eventual product. While the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone will have a touch-screen keyboard only, RIM said some of the coming devices would retain the BlackBerry's physical keyboard.
RIM provides developers with BlackBerry 10 tools
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