Contrary to allegations that Research in Motion (RIM) had no working BlackBerry 10 product yet, CrackBerry obtained an exclusive image of what seems to be the first BlackBerry 10 device.
Codenamed London, the phone appears to sport a four-inch touch screen display. It also has a thin chassis, a front facing camera and a rear camera with a single flash. The upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system is also advertised as "elegant, understated, precise, solid and slim".
CrackBerry also claimed that RIM is currently testing both the TI OMAP5 and Qualcomm processors (1.5GHz dual-core) on the London. This is in line with RIM's earlier statement that it is looking at a specific dual-core processor for its BlackBerry 10 devices to provide industry-leading power and efficiency.
Since RIM has announced that it will demonstrating the capabilities of BlackBerry 10 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012, it is likely that we will be seeing the London in action at the event. However, BlackBerry 10 devices will only be arriving late this year.