BlackBerry Leap: a New Smartphone without a keyboard


Mit dem Blackberry Leap bringen die Kanadier ein neues Smartphone ohne physische Tastatur

BlackBerry is expanding its range of products: On the MWC in Barcelona, was presented with the BlackBerry Leap is a Smartphone that complements the existing Portfolio of the canadian company to a new device, and giving up on the actually BlackBerry-typical physical keyboard.

With the All-Touch BlackBerry Leap Smartphone manufacturer is launching the successor to the published in autumn 2013 Z30 on the market. In contrast to the models of Classic and Passport, the Leap model has no physical keyboard. It goes to a much lower price than the predecessor, the Z30 to his time. The technical specifications of the two devices are the same, however, so pretty.

BlackBerry makes for a Surprise at MWC

The BlackBerry Leap has a 5-inch HD Display and a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor, whose two cores are each clocked at 1.5 GHz. There are 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory, the card is via microSD up to 128 GB expandable. The 2800 mAh battery should hours, according to BlackBerry, allegedly, up to 25. On the back of the Leap is an 8-Megapixel camera, while the front 2-Megapixel camera for the Selfies. Priced to move the Smartphone around $ 275.

In addition to the presentation of the Leap, BlackBerry has received the MWC, however, for a real Surprise: Ron Louks, President of Devices and Emerging Solutions at BlackBerry, moved on the stage with a Time the prototype of a new smartphone from the pocket of The Slider device with a Touchscreen and a hidden keyboard to even come in on the market this year, reported The Verge. Name, price, and Release Date of the new device BlackBerry not revealed yet.