In the meantime, the BlackBerry London has popped up in a handful of cheeky snapshots for your viewing pleasure.
RIM tells us to expect two devices at the BlackBerry 10 launch, specifically a touchscreen effort and a more traditional BlackBerry with a full QWERTY keyboard.
Falling into the former category is the BlackBerry London, a member of BlackBerry 10’s touchscreen L-Series (the QWERTY guys being the N-Series).
BlackBerry London specs remain a mystery at this stage, but the latest shots show it being significantly bigger than the BlackBerry Bold 9700 (see above). Rumour has it the BlackBerry London will have a 4.2in display.
Other rumoured BlackBerry London specs include a dual-core processor, 16GB internal storage (augmentable via microSD), 1GB of RAM, and an 8MP rear camera.
The BlackBerry London is expected to go on sale in select markets within 30 days of the January 30 launch, though we’ll have a ton of new wares vying for the smartphone spotlight at CES and MWC in January and February respectively.