Until then, here’s what a BlackBerry 10 L-Series handset looks like with the screen turned on, and the new UI visible:
The BlackBerry 10 L-Series is the same device that we’ve seen earlier this year as BlackBerry London. It will likely be RIM’s thinnest smartphone ever. Of course, its design might change before it actually gets to be launched.
RIM has been struggling lately, as sales of BB smartphones are falling with each month passing by. It remains to be seen if BlackBerry 10 has what it takes to compete with Android and iOS (which have been eating market share from every other OS in the last few years).
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