At the rate that the BlackBerry A10 has been leaking lately, it won't be long before there's nothing left for BlackBerry to even announce at the device's official unveiling. After posing for a photo, appearing in a leaked video, and then having some of its renders outed, the A10 is back in the news again today thanks to some images that show off the phone's battery cover.
Vietnamese site Tinh te has posted a large gallery of photos that offer a clear look at what's said to be the rear cover for the BlackBerry A10, complete with AT&T branding. The A10's battery cover is covered in a pattern similar to the battery door on the Q10 and sports a BlackBerry logo smack dab in the center as well as a camera cutout in the upper left corner. Included with this latest leak are photos that compare the A10's battery door with the covers from the Q10 and Z10, which help to give us a better idea of just how large the phone will be.
The BlackBerry A10 is rumored to be the largest BlackBerry 10 device to date, with the unit expected to feature a 5-inch 720p display. To compare, the BlackBerry Z10's screen measures in at 4.2 inches, so the A10 could help BlackBerry gain some attention from fans of the phone/tablet hybrid product category. The BlackBerry A10 is reportedly slated for a launch this fall, and while today's leak shows a cover that belongs to an AT&T variant, we've also heard that a Sprint version of the A10 is in the pipeline.