Photos And Video Of The Next BlackBerry Phone Leak

Photos And Video Of The Next BlackBerry Phone Leak
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The Vietnamese site Tinh Te, known for being spot-on when it comes to getting their hands on smartphones way before they are released, has just given us a preview of what seems to be RIM’s next-generation BlackBerry phone.

Of course, nothing is official until RIM says it is, but Tinh Te has never failed us before. The company is said to be holding their global launch on the 30th of January. Until then, take a look at the new L-Series Blackberry Phone.

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