The BlackBerry Leap is a Smartphone developed by BlackBerry Limited. Announced on March 3, 2015 at the Mobile World Congress with initial availability in April 2015, the Leap is a follow-on to the affordable Z3 model with a number of upgraded features.
BlackBerry is well-known for making devices with physical keyboards which inspire productivity. So, exactly why it's still making all-touch devices is a little intriguing, to say the least....
BlackBerry has long been a byword for mobile security and productivity, and that isn't going to change with the BlackBerry Leap. Available unlocked for $275, or £199 in the UK (about AU$394), this phone pays homage to BlackBerry's business-focused ethos in every way except one: there's no keyboard. www.cnet.com
The BlackBerry Leap was announced by BlackBerry at Mobile World Congress 2015. The Leap comes packing a 5" HD display with a 1280 x 720 resolution, 294 PPI, 8MP Rear camera, 16GB of expandable storage and has up-to 25 hrs of battery life according to the specs put out by BlackBerry, all of which is powered by a Qualcomm MSM 8960 dual-core 1.5 GHz processor. crackberry.com
BlackBerry Leap brings peace of mind with the ultimate privacy and security to keep your private matters private. And with a best-in-class typing experience on an all-touch smartphone and up to 25 hours of heavy use1, you have the right tool to succeed. www.amazon.com
The BlackBerry Leap is a Smartphone developed by BlackBerry Limited. Announced on March 3, 2015 at the Mobile World Congress with initial availability in April 2015, the Leap is a follow-on to the affordable Z3 model with a number of upgraded features. en.wikipedia.org
BlackBerry is no longer a stranger to the form factor: It quickly followed up the Z10 with the Z30, and now the new BlackBerry Leap. There's little that separates BlackBerry's three main touchscreen devices as far as internals are concerned, and therein lies the main problem with the Leap. www.engadget.com