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BlackBerry 10 L-Series and N-Series Specs Leak


Lucas over at N4BB has made monday morning a bit better for us.  He has posted an article entailing the specs of both the L-Series (all touch ) and N-Series (QWERTY BB) BlackBerry 10 devices.  Now these specs are only really about the screen, and the device dimension, but it lets us know what we are looking at size wise.  Keep reading after the break for more details.

The first rumoured devices were to be the London and the Nevada, and it seems that they have just shortened it to be L-Series and N-Series.   We all know that the all touch L-Series will launch first, and here are what we can see for specs.

BlackBerry L-series:

  • 768×1280 screen resolution
  • 55mm wide
  • 356 PPI

Essentially it is the same screen as the Developer Alpha that some of us were lucky enough to receive, and mainly all that’s going to be changing is the form factor, and the styling of the device.  One of the great things to me is that the screen on the L-Series will actually be a better screen than the iPhone 4/4s.  Another detail you can get from the picture above is the UI structure of the screen. It lets us see where and how big some of the UI items will be on screen.

The Nevada, now known as the N-Series is what a lot of die hard QWERTY users are waiting for, and it seems that the first release will be sporting an OLED display.  From the looks of the specs for size, it could be a great device, while using all of the screen for BB10 greatness.

BlackBerry N-series:

  • 720×720 screen resolution
  • 52 – 53mm wide
  • 330 PPI

I know we are all waiting to see actual production units specs and pics, but this information is enough to keep us  for a little while.

Source: N4BB

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BlackBerry 10 L-Series and N-Series Specs Leak
Ricky Lakeit
Mon, 25 Jun 2012 13:45:21 GMT


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