The Blackberry 10 Tablet and Blackberry 10 Phablet will soon join the current smartphones offered by the company, namely the Blackberry Z10 and Q10.

If you are wondering whether the Blackberry Z10 and Blackberry Q10 is all that the company has to offer, then we have some news for you. Recent reports indicate that Blackberry is working on many more smart devices which include the Blackberry 10 Tablet and Blackberry 10 Phablet.

These new smart devices, the Blackberry 10 Tablet and Blackberry 10 Phablet will soon join the current smartphones offered by the company, namely the Blackberry Z10 and Q10. Along with these two smart devices, the company will also bring in the successor to the Blackberry Q10 which seems to have the codename ‘R10.’ This new smartphone will be very similar to the Blackberry Q10 but will have an even bigger screen and a refreshed hardware configuration.

BlackBerry 10 Roadmap 2013

Thanks to the information provided by @BB10leaks, one of the most trusted sources when it comes to leaks and well before time updates about Blackberry. @BB10leaks say that Blackberry has plans to unveil a tablet and phablet as part of the company’s road map for the year 2013. @BB10leaks also gave out images which seem to be taken from an internal event or meeting of Blackberry.

These images clearly show the road map that the company has planned, and it includes each and every smart device that the company has offered or will be offering soon. So as you must have guessed, these images also show details about the Blackberry Z10 and the Blackberry Q10 which have already been unveiled.

And finally, if you happen to be a true Blackberry fan, then these images could soon mean good news for you. If the company really follows this road map, then you we will have the Blackberry 10 tablet and phablet very soon. Along with these two new devices, we will also get to see the better version of the Blackberry Q10, the Blackberry R10.

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