BlackBerry Leap launched for a price of $275 at MWC


blackberry-leapBlackBerry has gone on to launch the BlackBerry Leap to replace the BlackBerry Z3 which has not seen much success last year. The BlackBerry Leap was launched for a price of $275 at MWC today and will hit US and European Markets around April.

The BlackBerry Leap comes with 5 inch of display, a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm MSM 8960 dual-core processor, BlackBerryOS 10.3 and 16 GB of internal storage with storage expandable via microSD card by 128 GB. The phone also comes with an 8MP rear camera with LED flash, a 2MP front shooter and a 2,800 mAh battery. Connectivity options like 3G, Wi-fi, Bluetooth, GPS and FM radio are supported.

This device again seems to be very disappointing from BlackBerry and shows no great improvement from it’s predecessors whatsoever. Do let us know your comments on their new device.

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