Unlike the 7-inch model, the 10-inch model will be available in white, in addition to black. The bezel thickness will be reduced, hopefully without affecting touch gestures (no word on that). It’ll have a SIM card slot and skip 3G for 4G only (no word on Wi-Fi models). It’ll have a “higher resolution” display in its 10-inch frame. You’ll be able to connect to BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) without BlackBerry Bridge. Naturally, it’ll have native e-mail and calendar apps by the time it launches. No word on release date here but the first rumor did point to a release at the end of the year.