BlackBerry 10 L-series phone stars in a picture with iPhone 5, Lumia 920 and Galaxy Note

BlackBerry 10 L-series phone stars in a picture with iPhone 5, Lumia 920 and Galaxy Note
Here's yet another image of that promising BlackBerry 10 L-series handset. This time, we get to see this smart fella next to some pretty big players - the iPhone 5, Lumia 920 and original Galaxy Note. Unfortunately, we don't really learn anything new from this picture, but we do get a good understanding of the size of this upcoming BlackBerry device. Actually, it's definitely worth noting that this exact hardware may never become a real phone, and may simply remain in prototype land... forever.

While the thought is a bit depressing, you, big screen lovers, should cheer up as we can notice that RIM is aiming for your favorite type of devices with its full touchscreen-friendly L-series. Well, it's not exactly 5 inches yet, but it seems to be about as big as the screen of the Lumia 920, which is the healthy 4.5".

Do you guys think RIM will be able to make a big comeback this coming January?

via: MobileSyrup

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