BlackBerry L-series and N-series Smartphones First Images Leak Online

By Gizbot Bureau

    The much talked about RIM's soon-to-be-unveiled BlackBerry 10-powered 'London' smartphone is in news again. A photo including Research in Motion's first smartphones running on BlackBerry 10 OS has been leaked giving all the eager Blackberry fans a glance of what the company will dish out in 2013. Three handsets are seen together in a single photo.

    One of them is the BlackBerry L-series device and the second one is a BlackBerry N-series device, the photos of which have already been leaked before. The third device is an unknown entity as of now but there is high probability that it is BlackBerry Dev Alpha C phone which RIM (Research In Motion) had announced a couple of months before.

    BlackBerry L-series and N-series Smartphones First Images Leak Online


    The L-series smartphone or BlackBerry London will hit the shelves and this is named BlackBerry Z10. The smartphone sports a full-screen touch display.
    According to the photos leaked on N-series device, it will give a capacitive touchscreen as well as a QWERTY keyboard.

    It looks very similar to the old BlackBerry devices such as the 9900 but will a larger display. The phone also sports a straight keyboard and not a curved one as seen in most BlackBerrys. The N-series smartphone is said to hit shelves as BlackBerry X10.

    Photos of both L-series and N-series smartphones have been flaunted online to give a glimpse of what the devices look like. Details about the third phone featured in the phone are still unknown.

    The Canadian manufacturer, RIM, is expected to release both the N-series and L-series phones at an event happening on January 30th. Both these smartphones are expected to run BlackBerry 10 OS, the latest operating system from RIM.

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