With BlackBerry 10 still months from its anticipated release, intermittent leaks have thus far helped fill the time. Today’s morsel from a supposed internal document sheds light on two upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices whose code names we’ve heard before: London and Nevada.
According to the document, the L-series (London) will be an all-touch device (just as RIM promised) equipped with a 1280 x 768 screen with 356ppi that measures 55mm wide. Apparently, the L-series’s screen bears a striking resemblance to the Dev Alpha device shown off earlier this year, which N4BB says had a “market ready screen.” The difference of the upcoming L-series will ultimately be form factor; the device has a targeted release for September.
The N-series (Nevada) will reportedly be the first QWERTY device running BlackBerry 10. “Think of this device as the BlackBerry 10 Bold,” N4BB said. The device is expected to come with a 720 x 720 OLED screen with 330ppi and will reportedly hit store shelves during Q1 2013.
With supposed internal documents being fed through the Research In Motion channel, we’d imagine it’s only a matter of time before more information on these devices leaks. One thing is for sure, though; RIM has even more pressure to hit a home run now that Windows Phone 8 and iOS 6 (and possibly Android Jelly Bean) have been announced. It’ll be interesting to see if the company can compete, or if it’s just too little too late.