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Official shots of RIM's first touchscreen BlackBerry?

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Pictures of the first touchscreen BlackBerry have been leaked online, further ramping up speculation that RIM is poised to confirm the phone’s creation.

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Could this be an official Storm picture?
Images courtesy of BGR

One of the high-quality photos – purported to be of the much hyped 'Storm' phone – shows a screen displaying two analogue clocks. Another picture shows Storm positioned horizontally with an on-screen keypad spread out below an Excel-esque spreadsheet application.

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The touchscreen phone's virtual keypad

Screenshots have also been captured of the phone’s video playback feature, which shows a red Ferrari racing down a road. It’s worth noting that, in this shot, the words “1XEV” can be seen beside the phone’s connection strength indicator, which hints that Storm’s able to connect to US EvDO 3G networks.

Another couple of pictures appear to show Storm’s web browser accessing Google. The phone’s calendar has also been shown.

Earlier this month, the phone's technical specifications were leaked online.

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