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One of two new BB10 smartphones gets leaked

RIM has a lot riding on its next generation smartphones and BlackBerry 10 (BB10) operating system. Most consumers, businesses, and government agencies have left RIM for dead, so the company definitely needs a winner to stay relevant in a market that is dominated by iOS- and Android-based devices.
 
For those that are still firmly in the RIM camp, a slew of new high-resolution pictures of the BlackBerry L-Series smartphone were leaked this evening. When it comes to new product leaks, we're used to being hit with the "blurry cam" treatment. But surprisingly, these images are high resolution and capture the L-Series from nearly every angle.

 [Image Source: TINHTE.VN]

The shots give us a glimpse at the display, front-facing camera, rear camera with flash, microUSB connector, HDMI connector, microSD slot, and 1800 mAh battery. The black slab is quite minimalist in design, but it sure does have the commenters over at CrackBerry bringing out their pacemakers:
 
Glad I'm not the only one who has to change their underwear.
Dat glASS...
I think I did something in my pants, and my wife wasn't behind it!
 
Well, we can definitely see that the BlackBerry crowd is fired up, but are regular consumers and businesses going to come crawling back to RIM?


[Image Source: TINHTE.VN]

You can check out the rest of the images here.

Sources: TINHTE.VN, CrackBerry



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RE: Meh.
By maugrimtr on 12/12/2012 11:28:12 AM , Rating: 2
It seems to be a nice looking phone. Despite the glass everywhere, you can notice the bevel in the HD photos. Port also indicate it won't the thinnest phone. Still, it looks attractive and not dated. Need hardware specs!


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