Good news this evening for BlackBerry fans hungry for some more BlackBerry 10-related news, as some more images of the all-touch L-Series device have popped up again. The images, posted by BlackBerry Italia, show the L-Series laying flat on a desk, with one shot also showing off its battery cover. A third photo offers a close-up look at the devices app icons, including ones for Facebook, BBM and Maps.
The last time we laid eyes on a leaked image of the L-Series in the wild, the photo showed the device close-up and with its app icons on-screen similar to the third shot in today's batch, so it's kind of nice to get a zoomed out look at the phone in its entirety this evening. As before, the L-Series in these photos looks similar to what we saw on a leaked slide way back in January, with two panels on the top and bottom of the handset's face and a camera, screen and BlackBerry logo sandwiched in-between. BlackBerry 10 is currently slated to launch in early 2013, and a full-touch model (likely this L-Series device) will be the first phone on the market with RIM's new OS. For you QWERTY addicts, a BlackBerry 10 phone with a physical keyboard is expected to "immediately" follow the all-touch model. So what do you all make of the L-Series so far? Has it piqued your interest in BlackBerry 10?