The BlackBerry 10 L-Series handset starred in yet another leak last night, posing for some of the clearest shots we've seen of it yet. As I'm sure most phone nerds would attest, though, video is always better than still photos. The folks over at Tinhte.vn appear to agree, as they've now posted a video showing off the L-Series that clocks in at nearly five minutes long. The majority of the clip is focused on the hardware of the L-Series, including comparisons with both the Dev Alpha B and an iPhone 5, as well as a removal of the textured back cover for a peek at the battery. There's also brief look at BlackBerry 10 running on the L-Series, including the phone and camera apps.
Just as we saw in last night's batch of leaked photos, the L-Series looks like a black slab of a smartphone with a fairly clean design. Since it'll be the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone to reach the market, though, the operating system that the L-Series is running will be the main attraction for many. We're still waiting to get an in-depth look at BlackBerry 10 and what it's like to use RIM's new OS day-to-day, but the good news is that with a launch event happening on January 30 and a release coming shortly thereafter, it won't be long before we finally get to give BB10 a spin. The video showing off the L-Series is embedded below to help pass the time until then.