BlackBerry 10 L-Series Snapped Beside iPhone 5 In Latest Leak

Yet another picture of Analysis in Motion's upcoming BlackBerry 10 L-Series released online Friday, though the newest picture contributes a new sizing to the rumours.

That is, the picture reveals the BB10 cellphone snuggled up next to Apple's iPhone 5.

RIM is maintaining a limited lid on any details relevant to the new BlackBerry L-Series and its BlackBerry 10 OS, despite fans' tolerance dressed in slim after apparently interminable setbacks.

Thus, Thursday's flow represents initially the BlackBerry L-Series has been straight in comparison to another system - and it's not an undesirable evaluation.

A bigger display - what else?

With the L-Series and the iPhone 5 seated next to one another, it's simple to see that the L-Series has a bigger show and a a little bit bigger framework overall.

Conspicuously missing from the L-Series is the iPhone's popular home key, a function that The apple company is constantly on the engage in while other smart cellphone creators convert instead to multi-touch manages.

In inclusion, there's no front-facing photographic camera obvious on the BlackBerry L-Series - though that doesn't mean it doesn't have one. 

One commenter on BB group website CrackBerry recommended that the front-facing photographic camera is invisible, which should be regarded an exciting bit of rumours until more L-Series specifications surface.

BlackBerry 10: ruined to fail?

At least one specialist, Hawaiian Crest's Securities' Wayne Faucette, stated in beginning Nov that RIM's new BB10 OS will be deceased on appearance.

However, the product company's upcoming may depend on BlackBerry 10 and it probably won't be so grayscale - RIM's not likely to go down without a battle, at least, when BB10 releases in delayed Jan.

And there is at least one industry that won't quit using BlackBerry whenever soon: govt companies, which no question appreciate RIM's high protection requirements.

The technical globe is desperately looking forward to more tangible details regarding the BlackBerry L-Series (as well as the QWERY-packing N-Series). But until then, these frequent picture leaking will have to do.
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