RIM does seem to be on the verge of a comeback, although much remains to be seen as to whether their comeback is going to be glorious or otherwise. What is it that we do know about the BlackBerry London so far? It will be part of the BlackBerry 10 L-Series, where the other two variants would be the BlackBerry Lisbon and Laguna. Each of the L-Series will be set for a specific spectrum (GSM, CDMA, etc), where the London is tipped to come with a TI OMAP4 processor in addition to lacking an LTE chipset.
Still, the specs on the BlackBerry London have yet to be announced on an official basis by RIM, so you might want to take what you read here with a huge grain of salt. We do know from the leaked list that it will carry a 4.2” display at 1280 x 768 resolution, sport an 8-megapixel shooter with Full HD video recording capability, carry 1GB RAM, 16GB of internal memory and a microSD memory card slot to boot. There is also Wi-Fi support, DLNA, microUSB and Bluetooth 2.1.