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Sep 4, 2012

BlackBerry 10 L-Series (Full Touch)

For all those enthusiasts who are eagerly waiting for Research In Motion to go official with its first handsets running under the upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system, some new goodies have emerged online.

Among them, we can count a new photo of the platform’s UI, which is reportedly showing it running on a BlackBerry 10 L-Series smartphone. For those out of the loop, we should note that the L-Series is expected to include the first batch of BlackBerry 10 devices when RIM makes the OS available in the first quarter of the next year. These are full touch handsets, and they should be followed shortly by N-Series smartphones, which will include both a touchscreen display and a physical QWERTY keyboard. Furthermore, previous reports on the L-Series suggested that devices included in the lineup would boast 55mm wide displays capable of delivering a 768 x 1280-pixel screen resolution, and 356 PPI.

The photo to the left, available via CrackBerry, unveils some of the applications that RIM will load on new devices right from day one, such as BBM, DocsToGo, Facebook, and StoryMaker. According to N4BB, the first two BlackBerry 10 devices are said to have been already completed, and RIM is currently applying the latest touches to them, in preparation for the big launch. In addition to said photo, we can also have a look at a video demo with the BlackBerry 10 platform, available courtesy of BlackBerry Italia. Embedded below, the video provides only a few details on the all-touch BlackBerry 10 devices, but it does offer us the chance to have a better look at the battery that RIM will pack inside them.

The handset in the demo features an LS1 1800 mAh battery, which could very well prove to be the actual product to make it inside the final version of the forthcoming smartphones. Enthusiasts will notice that, beside the 1800 mAh (6.7Wh) capacity of the battery, the video also unveils its maximum voltage – 4.35V, and its rated voltage – 3.8V. RIM still has a few months to go before launching a BlackBerry 10 smartphone, which means that both the photo and the video show unfinished devices, so take the info they provide with a grain of salt for the time being.

BlackBerry 10 L-Series homescreen
Image credits to CrackBerry


Video credits to MobiGalaxy


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