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BlackBerry L-Series London Video Tutorial Leaks

Can you believe its been over a year since we first saw an image of the London leak.  Well here is a leaked video of the baked in tutorial.  It shows how the gestures will work, as well as a bit of peek and flow.  These will help transitioning users get used to the new feel of BlackBerry 10.  Check out the video after the break!

Source: BBIN

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  1. Love the look of that phone if this really is the final hardware.

  2. Me, too.

  3. What can I say? RIM is truly pulling out all the stops. It’s “All Systems Go!!” at RIM. They took the time to do it right — kudos to Thor & the gang!

    * great hardware, full touch & keyboard designs that rock!
    * bullet proof OS that is mature and ready to take on anything we can throw at it!
    * slick user interface designed for easy one-handed use with zero lag!
    * fantastic media support with all the popular codecs
    * integrated BlackBerry World store with apps, music, video — ebooks?
    * consumer & enterprise ready with seamless integration
    * lots of coolness built right in — sexy new touch keyboard is one of many treats we will find built right in
    * thousands of apps, including some of the top apps we’ve all been waiting for 😀

    What’s missing? A great marketing campaign!

  4. Very excited. Very like my PlayBook OS. I wouldn’t be surprised though, if the final hardware is slightly different. No idea why I think that, just possible. This will be my first time with a full touch, only because I love the way that virtual keyboard seems to work. I also just bought my 1st Apple product last week an iPod Touch, only because I have to run one iOS app for work. If this is how iOS works on the iPhone or iPad, and I think it is, it really is disappointing. Seriously seems clumsy compared to my PlayBook and not as good as my 9900 in many ways. I also had to enter my Apple ID 4 times in order to buy a .99 cent app. The whole experience is underwhelming and don’t get me started in iTunes.

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