Blackberry the smartphone company has introduced a smartphone with full touch at the Mobile World Congress 2015 being held in Barcelona. The device is named as Blackberry Leap which is coming without a physical qwerty keypad which is seen in all the Blackberry smartphones.
The Blackberry leap comes with a 5 inch display which has 720p or HD resolution and has 294 ppi pixel density which is pretty decent. The device measures 9.5mm in thickness and weighs 170grams in weight. The device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 plus chipset processor which is (Dual-core Krait CPU at 1.5 GHz). The processor is supported by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory which can be expanded upto 128GB using MicroSD card support.
The Blackberry Leap comes with 8-megapixel primary or rear camera with LED flash which is capable of recording videos in FullHD or 1080p at 30 fps. The front facing camera is a 2-megapixel with fixed focus and capable of capturing videos at 720p resolution.
The Leap is powered by a 2800 mAh battery which the company promises of giving 25 hours battery life, coming to the software aspect of the device it runs on Blackberry OS 10.3.1 which has BlackBerry Hub along with Amazon Appstore which will let you download and install Android Apps as well on Blackberry Leap. This will increase the user base of Blackberry with the inclusion of Android Apps.
The device comes with a rubber back panel much like the one seen in Blackberry Z3 and the battery is non removable one and it comes with all the features seen in smartphones like 4G LTE connectivity support apart from the other standard options including Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS + Glonass. The device comes with in Grey color and the pricing as seen in MWC 2015 is $275 and will be made available in Europe first.