After leaking out in both a still image and video recently, the BlackBerry A10 has surfaced again tonight in a third type of leak. CrackBerry forums user "ofutur" has posted what are said to be official renders of the A10 that are meant to show users how to remove the battery cover and install the microSIM and microSD cards. The images show off the A10's side and top, and we even get an angled look at the phone's face.
The BlackBerry A10 is rumored to sport a 5-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, which if true would make it considerably larger than the BlackBerry Z10 and its 4.2-inch screen. Also said to be included with the A10 is a dual-core processor and a non-removable 2,800mAh battery. The remainder of the A10's spec sheet is up in the air for now, but the device is expected to be BlackBerry's flagship smartphone for the latter half of 2013, so it should sport a respectable feature set once it stops appearing in leaks and starts showing its face in retail stores.