Several months are expected to pass before Research In Motion makes its first BlackBerry 10 smartphones official, yet one of these devices has already got the teardown treatment.
This is the same BlackBerry 10 L-series
smartphone that has been spotted online lately, and which is expected to arrive on shelves in the first quarter of the next year.
There are not too many new details provided on the hardware specifications of this device, but we can still make an idea of what it sports inside, courtesy of images posted on BisVn
The handset will be released as a full-touch smartphone, with the capacitive screen covering its entire front. RIM is working on QWERTY-enabled BlackBerry 10 smartphones as well, but they are said to be launched only several weeks after this L-series phone lands.
The pristine IPS display will hide beneath it a dual-core processor of not yet known frequency. The phone’s RAM and ROM should be a match for it, we can assume.
In addition to the photo snapper on the back, the new device
should sport a front camera for making video calls as well.
The back camera is said to sport auto-focus features, and to be able to take one shot per second. Moreover, it would be able to take up to 10 facial expressions for the same picture, enabling users to scroll back and choose the one they like the most.
RIM’s BlackBerry 10 smartphone
will be released in two color flavors, black and white. According to CrackBerry
, those who played with the phone suggest that the white version looks awesome.
One thing that is certain is that RIM indeed needs to make it right with its upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices, otherwise it would fall far behind Android, iOS and even Windows Phone.
By the looks of it, they will indeed come up with a great new smartphone in the first quarter of the next year. Keep an eye on this space for more info on the matter.