The platform is said to be capable of booting up in only 8 seconds
While waiting for Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion to make its BlackBerry 10 operating system official, enthusiasts can have a look at a new series of photos that leaked with supposedly the first BB10 devices from the company.Apparently, these photos were taken in Nigeria, where RIM and its partner wireless carriers are already testing handsets for the official launch.
According to the guys over at TechSuplex, who found these images on Twitter, it seems that the platform boots up in only 8 seconds, which should prove very fast.
No other details on the upcoming platform have been provided as of now, yet the new photos available with a BlackBerry 10 L-Series smartphone should speak for themselves. Have a look at some of them embedded at the bottom of this post.