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BlackBerry Leap Unveiled, 5-inch 720p Display in Tow




Blackberry has its eyes set on “young career builders” with the company’s new all-touchscreen smartphone dubbed as the Blackberry Leap.

Blackberry Leap Philippines

BlackBerry Leap specs:

5-inch HD LCD screen, 1280 x 720 @294ppi
1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM 8960 dual-core processor
Adreno 225 GPU
2GB RAM
Expandable 16GB internal storage
Supports up to 128GB MicroSD card
8-megapixel autofocus rear camera w/ LED Flash
1080p video recording @30fps
2DOF Video Stabilization
2MP fixed-focus front camera
720p video recording
Single SIM
4G/LTE
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0 LE with EDR
GPS w/ A-GPS
FM Radio
Blackberry OS 10
Dimension: 144 x 72.8 x 9.5 mm
Weight: 170g

Judging by its specs, the new BlackBerry Leap isn’t exactly geared to blow any of its note-worthy contemporaries out of the water, but the company is banking on the handset’s affordable price tag which is pegged at USD275 off-contract.

Blackberry’s new smartphone is now up for pre-order and which you can do so by heading over to the source link below.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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14 Responses

  1. ian says:

    Nice. But I already have my passport. And its damn cool

  2. drew says:

    Almost the same specs with the Z10.

  3. Easy E says:

    Parang mas mababa (mas luma) pa sa processor nung first edition na Nexus 7 yan. Bago ba yan? Weird choice ng processor.

    • Conceited Bastard says:

      Oh God, please stop with nonsensical criticism. Comparing bb to android phones is like comparing a bicycle versus a car. A bicycle as we all know only requires you to pedal and would not incur any parking or gas damage to your wallet wherein a car can go at fast speeds but will cost you a fortune.

      P.S. I’ve been an android fan since the beginning so don’t try to blabber features and apps not available to bb.

    • SunCell Subscriber says:

      ^Huh? So you’re saying that BlackBerries aren’t supposed to hurt your wallet right? But this shit costs $275, comparing it to equivalent models of Asus, Sony, Meizu and Xiaomi. Let’s not even talk about OEM phones.

    • Conceited Bastard says:

      I’m saying they cater to different markets i.e. corporate support phones since bb is still the most secure os up to date

      If you value quality apps go for apple, if you want customization go for android and if you want messaging services & communication go for bb. I hope I made it clear for you.

  4. Picus says:

    Seems Z30 still better than this?

  5. Sonofa says:

    Sana mag labas sila ng Dual Sim Version

  6. AA says:

    SD S4 Plus??? Mukhang madaming leftover chipsets ang BB a. I like BB but they’re just priced too high.

  7. No a says:

    Pretty. Ito yung mga phone na proud ka talagang i-display sa school/workplace.

    But for the specs… this should be priced around 10-12K

  8. Finn Garringo says:

    What is the essence of having a mobile phone? Simple. Communication. Text messaging, email, chat, phone calls; these are the essentials. Having excellent applications (that you do not have to download) like Docs to Go is a pretty awesome bonus. Blackberry phones are for people like me who values productivity, secure communication, and of course, keyboards. Have been a 4 year BB user and I do not regret having one. My Bold 9900, Curves 9380 and 9320 still serves me wonderfully.

    Leap will be one of my choices for a new BB phone. I can only dream of Passport and Classic but thank Heavens if I can own one of them.

    Soar High, BLACKBERRY!!!

  9. Rymnd says:

    Where can i buy blackberry leap?

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