RIM’s first BlackBerry 10 smartphones will hit the shelves later this year and an internal document has leaked showing off the BlackBerry N- and L-Series.
The L-Series will feature 768×1280 pixels resolution display, with a width of around 55mm and a 356PPI, whilst the N-Series will feature 720×720 pixels resolution, will be 52-53mm wide and a 330PPI.
If correct, the L-Series will feature a higher pixel density than direct competition including the iPhone 4S and Samsung’s new flagship, the Galaxy SIII. RIM recently seeded BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha devices to developers and the Dev Alpha device is expected to closely resemble the first full-touch smartphone, which previously leaked as the BlackBerry London.
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