A slide detailing the upcoming Blackberry A10 has been leaked, and it details a phone that is not very much different from the Z10, except for the display - which is a 5" 1280x720 (295 PPI) S-Stripe OLED. If this is true, this will be Blackberry's second OLED phone following the Q10 with its square 3.2" 720x720 OLED.
Other features of the A10 include a dual-core 1.7Ghz CPU, LTE, NFC, BlackBerry OS 10.2, 8mp camera, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of flash memory and a large 2,800 mAh battery. Interestingly back in October 2012, a slide detailing the upcoming Aristo phone was leaked, with specs that are pretty similar to this, although the display was a bit smaller at 4.65" - but still an OLED with a resolution of 1280x720.
S-Stripe is a sub-pixel architecture, currently only used in the Note II smartphone. In the Note II Samsung referred to this panel as an HD Super AMOLED. This is not a Super AMOLED Plus as it's not a regular RGB matrix, but on the other hand this isn't a PenTile matrix. Confusing, somewhat.