[MWC 2015] Acer might have introduced a particular device with the name ‘Leap’ inside of it – but this should not stop other companies from taking a ‘leap of faith’ (pardon the pun) to go down the same route, too. For instance, the BlackBerry Leap has been revealed, and this smartphone will play nice with 4G LTE networks, too.
Do not expect the BlackBerry Leap to be a high end handset, since it is marketed more as an affordable all-touch smartphone that will boast of a modern and powerful design, where it will target career builders and companies who value security and privacy, allowing one’s productivity levels to soar – fingers crossed.
The BlackBerry Leap will feature a brilliant edge-to-edge 5” HD display, BlackBerry OS 10.3.1 (the latest version), as well as a 2,800mAh battery that is capable of lasting for more than an entire day, now how about that? This should go some way in allowing users to remain connected at all times, not to mention to be productive on the move. It also touts to feature a best-in-class BlackBerry keyboard for faster and more accurate typing. Any takers for the newly announced BlackBerry Leap, or are you still smitten by the Galaxy S6? [Press Release]