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BlackBerry Z10 Specs and Features Recap

BlackBerry Z10 Specs and Features Recap

Research In Motion will soon debut the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone on January 30th. So far, we’ve seen quite a bit of photos and videos on what is currently know as the L-Series.

The BlackBerry 10 L-Series is a simple way of acknowledging the four variations of the all-touch device. There are currently four L-Series (codenames: London, Lisbon, Liverpool, and Laguna).

However, these are simply internal names used by RIM. The L-Series looks to have it’s final branding be BlackBerry Z10. We’ve heard this device will have the same specs as the current BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha B.

Essentially, the Dev Alpha B is a Z10 with a slightly different shell. The BlackBerry Z10 specs are as follows:

The BlackBerry Z10 will feature RIM’s new BlackBerry 10 operating system. BlackBerry 10 looks to change the mobile space with it’s innovative peek and flow. What do you think of these specs?

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