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First Image of BlackBerry Milan – next generation BlackBerry 10 slider

15 Feb

Well that didn’t take long. Last week we posted our BBX (now BlackBerry 10) Roadmap Preview for 2012, where we dropped a number of new codenames into the mix beyond the already photographed BlackBerry London. Lisbon, Nevada and Milan were among the codenames of upcoming QNX-based phones mentioned, but the details we’re still pretty slim.

With the first image of BlackBerry Milan above, things are getting more clear for the next generation of BlackBerry 10 phones. While we don’t have any specs just yet for Milan, the photo above says a lot. It’s a slider BlackBerry, featuring the physical full qwerty keyboard that BlackBerry addicts know and love. And I’m hearing all of these next generation BlackBerry devices sport amazing displays (higher pixel density than the iPhone 4’s retina display), which will really add to the sex appeal here. It’s interesting to note that the design on this one seems to merge together two looks: at the top are rounded corners, similar to the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, while along the bottom we have the sharper edges simliar to the photo of BlackBerry London. There’s still time for RIM to tweak things up before locking down final hardware design for manufacturing so I’ll be curious to see if things change up from here at all by the time we get this phone in our hands.

This image also gives us a big hint as to how the traditional BlackBerry experience will evolve on BlackBerry 10. Gone is the optical trackpad, call, hang-up and menu and back buttons from the main navigation area of the phone (where the BlackBerry logo is in this image). This means we can assume a much more PlayBook like experience moving forward, even on BlackBerry 10 phones that have a full qwerty. Expect a lot of bezel gestures! Just looking at the phone you know some of that one-handed ease of use of the traditional BlackBerry experience will be sacrificed here, but I don’t think many people will care about that given how much more modern and intuitive the touchscreen user interface will be.

Overall, pretty damn exciting. A full, BIG touchscreen along with a physical keyboard on the next-generation BlackBerry 10 OS could be the ultimate phone for a LOT of people out there in 2012. Keep it locked to CrackBerry for more info as we get it!


Vans Vault Derby LX x Takahayashi x BillyKirk

16 Jan


Vans Vault is again releasing the Derby, a silhouette it debuted earlier in the year. The Taka Hayashi creation is dressed in a military grade canvas and leather sourced from Billy Kirk, which rests on a crepe sole.

Price: sgd249
Available at Limited Edt Queensway shopping centre, Limited Edt Vault & Limited Edt Chamber

Flashback: Sup Clothing 2011 LookBook

15 Jan

These are Singapore, brand, Sup Clothing, on their 2011 LookBook.

If you are interested to get this clothing, check their website
Sup Clothing

Singapore’s EightyTwoTales offers lots to choose from

14 Jan

You can reach them at:

Author : Queenie Liang
Email address:
Store Locator :
78A Haji Lane Singapore 189270 (2ND STOREY)

Opening Hours : Monday – Friday (1pm – 9pm)
Saturday (1pm – 10pm) / Sunday (1pm – 10pm)

EDZ, released their new skirt and blouse for Muslimah

14 Jan

Scallop Skirt – Farisha

Measurement(inches’) : Free size length : 41 | Waist : 26 up to 32

Custom Made Blouse by EDZ – Adlina


M: shoulder 14 | bust 34 | hip 38 | length 29 | sleeve length 23
L: shoulder 15 | bust 36 | hip 40 | length 29 | sleeve length 23
To order click on EDZ

Nike Stefan Janoski Sb ‘Nightshade’ & ‘Hay’ out in LimitedEdt Singapore

13 Jan

The Nike Stefan Janoski “Nightshade”, the upper comes in a “night sky” suede blue mixed with black leather; all of which sits atop a white sole. The ‘Hay’ version takes on a clean Hay suede base with Black piping and accents along with a Hay liner and White midsoles.
Price: sgd129

Source – LimitedEdt

Singapore Skate Wear Brand, Heyday

13 Jan

“Heyday Streetwear is a reflection of two distinct individuals emerging from diverse cultures, music & skateboarding, collaborating to put forth an unprecedented experience with your every single purchase. Not only do we offer apparels but we also inject in a street flavored experience to depict a definitive image as we believe, “You are what you wear”. With a team of designers hailing from various backgrounds, Heyday’s designs are carefully crafted not only to be in tune with the modern Street Culture but also to remind you of where it all began. The Streets!”

To order click on this link: Heyday