All of us know that BlackBerry has been so busy prepping its next generation OS and smartphones. The company has already made some announcements about the new OS and thrown some glimpse on the new devices and OS. Now it seems like there are much more in the pipeline than the leaked BlackBerry L and N series. There has been a leak of new device from RIM, named BlackBerry 10 Aristo.
From the leaked specification screenshot, what we can see is a beast with powerful specs under the hood. If the leak becomes true, BlackBerry Aristo will certainly challenge other devices out there with its features. It seems like RIM is determined to get its lost market share by offering competitive devices. Recently RIM has lost a huge market share to other platforms like Android and iOS.
The BlackBerry Aristo is powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm APQ8064 quad-core Krait processor with a 2GB RAM and packs an impressive 4.65-inch OLED display with HD resolution and display is said to use OCTA Glass made by Samsung, that comes without an additional touch screen layer, instead integrating the touch sensor onto the AMOLED panel. As a result, the device will be slimmer at 8.85mm thick, though it is not the thinnest device out there.
The BlackBerry Aristo also features an 8MP snapper with auto focus and LED flash and a 2MP front-facing camera capable of shooting 720p video. There is certainly a reason to believe that the camera can shoot videos at 1080p at 30fps.
Moreover, the BlackBerry Aristo also brings a range of connectivity features. The device will have Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, miniHDMI out, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA and microUSB. The device will come with a 16GB of built-in storage, and thanks to the microSD card slot, you can expand it.
Interestingly, the BlackBerry Aristo is reportedly to feature a beefy battery of 2,800mAh, non-removable though. Considering these specification details, it seems BlackBerry Aristo and BlackBerry 10 OS will certainly give a tough time to its counterparts in the market.
There are no price and release details for the BlackBerry Aristo, and you know it is yet to be announced, so take this with a grain of salt.