BlackBerry showed off four unannounced devices at its London event

We know that BlackBerry has never devices that they have planned for the year, as well as devices that they have planned for the future. So far this year alone, BlackBerry has more or less confirmed two devices in an official capacity: the BlackBerry Classic and the BlackBerry Z3. However it seems that behind closed doors during a BlackBerry Experience Event in London, BlackBerry showed off a couple of new phones that have yet to be officially announced. Those invited to attend the event were under NDA, but apparently someone had leaked what was shown off, but like we said due to the secrecy of the event, we can’t confirm if the reports are true, so be sure to take it with a grain of salt for now.

BlackBerry recently held an Experience Event in London. Most of the invited members of the press were supposedly then held under a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for the remainder of the event. What were they going to be shown? BlackBerry apparently showed three to four unreleased devices, which where: Windermere, Classic, Porsche P’9983, and a mysterious all-touch. The Windermere being the unofficially dubbed “Q30″ and the Classic is the device we probably won’t actually call the “Q20″. Porsche Design will finally soon introduce a QWERTY BlackBerry 10 smartphone called the P’9983. Currently, they only have the Z10 remake called the P’9982. Furthermore, BlackBerry allegedly showed off an all-touch device. This device might be the “Manitoba” we’ve been hearing so much about? Our editor James Nieves recently discussed the Manitoba all-touch device in length onour latest N4BB Live webcast. The device reportedly looked like a second iteration of the Z30. It will be interesting to see if more information begins to trickle out about these devices. Perhaps, we’ll see that64-bit BlackBerry device with 1080p resolution quite soon after all.

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