It’s been a tough year for RIM, there’s no denying it. Thorsten Heins is shaking things up, cracking tons of eggs and scrambling the lot. There’s no way of knowing yet whether he’ll end up with a nice, fluffy Canadian Bacon omelet, or just a pile of broken shells and a big hot mess.
Despite the uncertainty, the RIM faithful are rooting for them to wow us with BB10. We eagerly devour every snippet of news, any vaporous hint of a whisper that even smells like BB10. I therefore present, for your desperate, rumor-mongering,
drooling viewing pleasure, the drop-dead gorgeous BlackBerry 10 TK2 Victory Concept, whipped up by Guy Bridges, Digital Homeboy.
The Victory’s design is a sweet, sexy serving of slim, with no hard buttons except for volume keys on the right, a recessed, centered Power/Mute key located at the top backside of the device, and, of course, the fabulous Cadillac of Keyboards from the Bold series. A soft, textured rubber backing offers comfort and security in your hand. Micro USB and 3.5mm stereo ports are located on the bottom edge of the Victory, leaving the profile sleek and clean.
I know for a fact that, given the chance, I would absolutely rock this device, possibly without even putting a case on it. It hurt me to put a Commuter on my precious Agent 99, but I had to make sure she stayed safe. I’m not so sure I could bear to cover up the Victory like that.
Rather than re-post the entire blurb here, I recommend you check out the full article at DigitalHomeboy.