With RIM‘s BlackBerry 10 event coming 30 January 2013, more and more details are coming to the fore regarding the new OS and product lineup. Vietnamese site, Tinh te posted a plethora of images showcasing the new L-Series smartphone, which is set to be the flagship device on which RIM will pin its hopes for the new BlackBerry 10 OS.
Looking at the beautiful close-ups, the device looks polished and we’d be surprised if this wasn’t the final hardware set to debut early next year. The L-Series obviously hinges off the design of the Dev Alpha B units that did the rounds among developers and designers to display the enhanced functionality of BB10.
If these images are to be believed, the L-Series will definitely turn enough heads. Its overall success however, will depend on the translation of the BB10 UI. Unfortunately there are no official specs at this time, but we can tell from the images that the L-Series will have a removable 1800mAh battery as well as microSD, HDMI and microSIM slots.
The Vietnamese website also claims to have a video and write-up in the works, so we’ll be sure to keep readers of the Gear updated as soon as we know more.
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