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RIM's BlackBerry L-Series detailed in new leaked photos

blackberry l-series (tinhte.vn)

It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about RIM’s upcoming L-Series BlackBerry 10 device, but a motherlode of new images have just been leaked, courtesy of Tinhte.vn. Aside from the rounded corners, the device still bears a striking resemblance to the BlackBerry London we uncovered last year. Looking at the images, we can see that the phone has a removable 1800mAh battery and microSD card slot behind a textured back panel, with a power button located dead center on the phone’s top edge, next to a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack. On the left side, the phone has both Micro USB and HDMI ports, with a microphone located just under the BlackBerry logo on the phone's face, where the glass meets its anodized metal chin. Check out the source link below to see the full collection of images.

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