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BlackBerry London snapped in the wild

Get your salt shakers ready for a blurry sneak peek at RIM's next-gen BlackBerry 10-toting handset

We’ve already wrapped our mitts around BlackBerry 10 in our hands on preview – and now a mysterious photo of the upcoming BlackBerry London handset has leaked online in CrackBerry’s forums, running RIM’s next-gen OS.

The angled corners appear to match up with previously leaked photos of the BlackBerry London handset, while icons in the apps menu include BBM, Facebook, Maps and StoryMaker – which is likely to serve up on-the-go iMovie-like editing.

A BlackBerryItalia video also shows that the BlackBerry London will be arriving with a 1800 mAh battery – a far cry from the Samsung Galaxy Note 2‘s 3,100 mAh offering.

We’re taking all this with a healthy dose of salt until RIM officially spills the goods, so stay tuned for more info as and when we get it.

[CrackBerry, BlackBerryItalia, via Engadget]

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