It feels like it's been a while since any information pertaining to RIM's upcoming BlackBerry 10 phones have leaked out, but this morning it looks like BlackBerry addicts will be getting their fix. An image has been shared by CrackBerry showing what it says is a BlackBerry 10 L-Series device. The device is full-touch, and we can see in the photo a list of apps with things like BBM, Facebook and StoryMaker, the last of which could be some sort of video editor. This L-Series device has also made an appearance in a brief video posted by BlackBerry Italia. The clip, found below, shows the device's SIM installation instructions as well as an LS1 battery (said to be 1,800mAh) that could power the device.
While it's tough to make out many details about the device itself in these leaks, it looks to be similar to the BlackBerry London that surfaced way back in January. We're still without many details on the straight-up specs of this handset, but I'm sure that BlackBerry fans appreciate getting another peek at upcoming BlackBerry 10 hardware. RIM has said that BlackBerry 10 will be launching in early 2013, with QWERTY-equipped handset "immediately" following the launch of a full-touch model. So as we're inching closer to 2013 and the arrival of BlackBerry 10, how many of you are looking forward to RIM's new OS?