A single photo of the upcoming BlackBerry A10 leaked last week, and now the flagship smartphone has resurfaced in a short video on YouTube.

The recently discovered footage shows a handset, which looks identical to the leaked A10 image from last week, equipped with a BlackBerry 10 interface. The device is much rounder than BlackBerry’s current line-up and has a somewhat-large bezel.

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There's not too much else noticeable in the leaked video, but The Verge said the captured device looks as though it could support the A10's rumoured specs. 

The A10 will allegedly appeal to the gaming community with a 5-inch Super AMOLED display, 2GB of RAM and a dual-core processor. It's also likely to land in November as the last addition to the BB10 smartphone line-up for the year.

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Check out the video below. It is not official by any means, and could simply be a prototype, but it's interesting nonetheless.