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RIM Zeroes In On Single BlackBerry 10 Smartphone

Research in Motion is reportedly focusing on bringing just a single BlackBerry 10 device to the market, a new report has claimed.

The report comes after it was revealed that the company had axed the BlackBerry Colt, which was supposed to be one of their first BB10 devices. RIM also reportedly set the sun on BlackBerry Milan, which was a BlackBerry 7 device.

Now, according to a report on BGR, the company is focused on launching a single BlackBerry 10 device codenamed BlackBerry London and is busy pitching the device to wireless carriers.

BGR claimed that the BlackBerry London devices looks similar to the photo procured by The Verge sometime ago but, does come with some notable design changes.

BlackBerry 10 is the new operating system based on the QNX platform that RIM had acquired. The company has been criticised because of delay in launch of BB10 devices as Apple, Samsung and HTC are advancing full steam ahead.

It is not clear when the company actually plans to launch its first BB10 device. Recently, RIM had informed that the launch had been pushed back towards the end of 2012 due to some delay in getting the LTE chips.