Information and Images of two of the next generation of BlackBerry handsets have been apparently leaked. These two BlackBerry handsets are expected to come with BB10, a next-gen OS of the software that powers BlackBerry phones. BB10 is a new-look BlackBerry Messenger that is intended to help your battery last longer, which will be available later in the year. The new-look messaging app contains darker colors that would not need the screen to be so vivid, therefore will save your battery. It is claimed that black background color can cut power consumption by approximately 25 percent.
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As per N4BB, first phones for BB10 are L series and N series devices. The L series is a touchscreen model, and it is expected to be 55mm wide as well as features around 4-inches OLED display, with resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels even more impressive at 356ppi. It is assumed that BlackBerry L-Series may come in the market in September 2012. The L-Series was previously called as the London concept. It has already been verified by RIM that BlackBerry 10 L-Series device will be focused on and form-factor is taken from the Dev Alpha handset.
The N series will come with a signature BlackBerry physical QWERTY keyboard. It is suggested that N series has an OLED/LCD screen with a resolution of 720x720 pixels density of 330ppi that is still sharper than the iPhone. Its width is 52-53mm range. N-Series looks a slightly similar to the BlackBerry concept. The N-Series was previously called as the Nevada concept. If you are waiting for the physical QWERTY, then you need to wait a bit longer to get their BB10 N series device. It is expected that N-Series will be available in Q1 of 2013.