RIM’s BlackBerry 10 L-Series smartphone leaked
While RIM prepares to reboot its product line-up in Q1 of 2013, NPBB has leaked an image of the rumored BlackBerry L-series phone, which is slated to be a all-touch BB10 smartphone.
While the image does not give us a clear depiction of the cascading UI in BB10, it does give a peek to what looks like an application drawer of sorts which is home to a myriad of standard PIM applications and also a Facebook app.
Italian blog BlackBerryItalia.it also seems to have gotten its hands on the same device. It has instead created a blurry video which shows off some of the multi-tasking elements of the BB10 UI.
From what we already know, the first wave of BB10 smartphones will have Qualcomm S4 processors clocked at 1.5GHz, a 1280×768 pixel display, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory and an 8-megapixel camera.
The L-series of smartphones have previously been referred as the London, and RIM also intends to release QWERTY/Touch devices by the N-series branding. The N-series device will have similar specs but will have displays with 720×720 pixel resolutions.