No no no no no no no a front facing camera does not need a flash that makes no sense... if the PlayBook has taught us anything is it doesn't need it... The idea of a full touchscreen device with 0 bezel is nice but not practical if you're doing away with the buttons. If find navigation on the PlayBook to be so easy and fluid. So much so that when I'm using an iPod touch, I wanna swipe up to minimize an app (true story)
@wbeckle It's great for BlackBerry that we're still debating this... Kinda reminds me of the old days :)
@robyntheginger The PlayBook doesn't have flash in either camera (front or rear) and I have never had issues video chatting or taking pictures of anything.
Plus I think it would be too much to have an LED, front facing camera, proximity sensor AND flash all in the top bezel.
I don't believe they would get rid of the LED.
Blackberry is currently the only device still with LED notifications, please don't encourage RIM to remove it. I hate that I have to reach over and activate my other devices to see if there are notifications. Especially if after the effort there are none :(
I thought of a new tagline for this leaked phone... "Got Bezel."
Very cheesy, I wouldn't post it anywhere ;)
I couldn't disagree more. I think this phone looks HOT... and no they're not going to get rid of the LED alerts...
The more I think about it, the more I think this is a old prototype model.