The Blackberry London running BB10 (Blackberry 10) has been leaked yet again, but this time in a video.
According to Wired, a Research In Motion (RIM) employee has been spotted demonstrating the capabilities of the L-Series London in Mexico. The demo shows gives us a better look at the handset running RIM’s next generation software, Blackberry 10.
The phone being demoed in the video looks exactly like the previously leaked images of the London. The phone in the video sports rounded edges just like the leaked images we’ve seen in the past.
At around a minute into the video, the Blackberry London is shown. Although recording the video seems to have been experiencing problems focusing, we still get to see Blackberry 10 in action. It shows the user seamlessly sliding from one home screen to another.
The handset is shown connecting to the Blackberry App World, but a sign is shown on the phone’s screen saying “Connected For Demonstration Purposes Only”. This suggests that the Bold 9900 maker is still working on the software, meaning it’s not the final version.
The London’s camera is demoed as well. It shows off a shot selection mode, which allows users to run their fingers around finding the best photo taken. This also works with group shots, allowing users to select a shot that looks the best.
Weeks ago, specs of the Blackberry London were leaked revealing pretty impressive hardware. The leak reveals a 4.2-inch screen sporting 1,280×768-pixel resolution, which beats the resolution on the retina display of the iPhone 5. The smartphone also sports an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
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