More BlackBerry 10 L-Series photos, new icons, back-side, settings

More BlackBerry 10 L-Series photos, new icons, back-side, settings
We have seen plenty of images of the forthcoming BlackBerry 10 L-Series (aka London) touchscreen device. These new images, many shot by Mr. Blurrycam, show the new BlackBerry 10 icons and network connectivity options. The rest of the images show some familiar BlackBerry features (like the clock) and more angles of the device itself.

Keen eyes will see mobile hotspot, tethering and VPN settings.  Also, we can see through the haze a Dropbox and YouTube app on the homescreen. We have seen the 1800mAh LS1 battery before but still do not know what its expected performance may be with the device, or even if it will be the actual source of power in the final product. We also see room for a microSD card.

While the pictures are not the greatest, the new home screen icons indicate that they were taken quite recently. BlackBerry 10 devices have seen more than their fair share of images and videos over the past several months. We are still intrigued, but are eager to see more of its QWERTY N-Series cousin.

sources: TechSuplex via CrackBerry.com


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14 Comments

1. Pings

Posts: 304; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

It looks like Android. Quick Apple sue them!

3. PhenomFaz

Posts: 1236; Member since: Sep 26, 2012

RIM is really hurting themselves by the delay. instead of actually releasing the product they're just trying too hard to overhype the product. This startegy might backfire and all the hype may turn into just gas talk!

5. redmd

Posts: 1926; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

yeah I agree. it looks like android or one of its skins.

2. Atrixboyyy

Posts: 595; Member since: Nov 03, 2011

Better add more options to that camera . And lose that search bar on the browser ...

4. MC1123

Posts: 1256; Member since: Nov 12, 2012

just loving these leaks of the upcoming BB10..im glad that they change the icon's size!! everything is awesome and looking good! im so super duper excited about this!!!! #BlackBerry10Believe!!!

6. JGuinan007

Posts: 699; Member since: May 19, 2011

Looks like android running on an Iphone

14. Pings

Posts: 304; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

The phone itself look like the iPhone 5 and the Droid X had a baby. With Samsungs/LG's Android UI.

7. fwb004

Posts: 3; Member since: Nov 27, 2012

The Sailfish UI looks better than this.

12. MC1123

Posts: 1256; Member since: Nov 12, 2012

it looks better coz the idea was inspired by N9 (in my opinion) both of them (Jolla and BB10).. and deffinitely it will look better coz you know, they are nokia folks.. the one that is better on software and hardware! and makes beautiful things! but give it a chance please! if you hate it, better dont say a thing! :)

8. dan86

Posts: 298; Member since: Mar 17, 2012

Blackberry is slower than a sloth it seams. Android world has already waived its flag of quad cores and 1080p displays. Where smart phones are transforming into ultra smart phone blackberry technologies comes to remind the old school.

9. dan86

Posts: 298; Member since: Mar 17, 2012

Blackberry is slower than a sloth it seams. Android world has already waived its flag of quad cores and 1080p displays. Where smart phones are transforming into ultra smart phone blackberry technologies comes to remind the old school.

10. a_tumiwa

Posts: 393; Member since: Mar 16, 2012

seriously, i am boring with "Icon and name of application below the the icon" style

11. XYZ360

Posts: 53; Member since: Jan 01, 2012

symbian belle + jolla =BB10

13. ideal_josh

Posts: 34; Member since: Nov 26, 2012

By February, the buzz for Galaxy s4 would have started and i dont see millions moving back to this because it looks like a boring android launcher. And the specs on this phone is already being beaten by phone in the market. I wish Rim GOOD LUCK

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