The good people over at BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha did leak out the user interface as well as hardware specifications (although they did not reveal their entire suite of cards) on what the next pet project of beleaguered RIM is – where they are the L-Series and N-Series, which will both run on BlackBerry 10. Of course, the former is also known by its code name, the BlackBerry London, and what was revealed is miles ahead of the original specification, although we do admit that the general form factor has more or less remained the same. This will be a full touchscreen device, just like what we talked about earlier, where it will feature a display which has 1280 x 768 resolution, a pixel density of 356ppi that would certainly be able to more than rival the iPhone 4S.
As for the N-Series, this might just be the BlackBerry Nevada which was mentioned in the past. It will maintain a QWERTY keyboard like most of its predecessors, without betraying its roots and taking the full touchscreen route that seems to be in vogue these days. This would mean a lower resolution count of 720 x 720 pixels, in addition to speculation that it will rely on OLED components for its display. No word on pricing, but it is speculated that the L-series should arrive sometime this September at best, with the N-Series following later in Q1 2013.