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So the big challenge for Nokia and Windows Phone is getting consumers to actually try the devices. For better or worse, the operating system looks and works differently than Android or iOS. Nokia and Microsoft have been positioning these phones as an alternative option for first-time smartphone buyers and an easier experience. But the fact is consumers have been conditioned to see smartphones in a certain way thanks to the popularity of the iPhone and various Android handsets. It'll be up to Nokia and Microsoft to break those preconceived notions.

They start in earnest Wednesday, commentary The company needs its upcoming Lumia phones to be a smash to stay relevant in the smartphone game, Sound familiar?, commentary You can call it the "Nokia comeback story," take two, That will likely be the theme again as Nokia and Microsoft host olixar armourdillo iphone xr protective case - black an event in New York on Wednesday to unveil the latest Lumia smartphones, now running on Windows Phone 8, Leaks of the purported phones have already appeared, and CNET will be there to cover the official announcement..

The site says it's seen two of the devices that'll launch along with the new OS in early 2013, though RIM put the kibosh on it taking any snaps. Neither phone is named, but they're likely the BlackBerry London and Nevada that have previously leaked. One of the devices is touchscreen-only (the London, most probably), while the other sports a Qwerty keyboard (the Nevada) like the BlackBerry Bold 9900. We'd heard previously that RIM would launch BB10 touchscreen-only devices first. It handed out touchscreen Dev Alpha units to developers at its BlackBerry World conference in May, too.

So what are the handsets like? The touchscreen device apparently has a screen resolution of 1,280x720 pixels, while the olixar armourdillo iphone xr protective case - black Qwerty has 720x720 pixels, Both handsets are finalised, too, and are now in the testing phase with RIM and operators, The new phones are expected to launch with BB10 early next year, Both are "characteristically BlackBerry", according to Pocket-lint, with a similar design ethos to the current range, More info is promised at BlackBerry Jam Americas in San Jose at the end of the month..

RIM has a lot riding on BB10. It's already been delayed twice, and following the train crash that was the BlackBerry PlayBook, and the disastrous BBM outage last year, it really needs to do something special to win back its fans. Its roadmap leaked recently, too. As well as BB10 handsets, it'll launch a tablet named Blackforest in the third quarter of next year, which'll most probably have a 10-inch screen and 128GB storage. Are you eager to get your hands on BB10? Can it bring RIM back from the brink? Let me know in the comments, or on our Facebook page.