Pictures of BlackBerry’s latest BlackBerry 10 OS smartphone have been leaked.
N4BB has released pictures of the BlackBerry “Q30 Windermere,” the upcoming 4.5-inch display, 1440×1440 resolution, 480 DPI, touchscreen/QWERTY BlackBerry device.
The “Windermere” appears to be more angular than previous BlackBerry models, and features a stainless steel bezel reminiscent of the Q10 model and the older Bold series.
Volume keys are found on the right side of the phone, and there are no buttons on the left side. The charging port can be found at the bottom of the device.
The new phone also reportedly packs a quad-core Snapdragon MSM8974 processor with 3GB RAM and Adreno 330 OpenGL, a 13MP camera with a 2MP front-facing camera, and a non-removable 3450 mAh battery.
In comparison to the Z30, the “Windermere” is said to be lighter and slightly thinner. Like the Z30, the “Windermere” features top and bottom speakers.
One of the new features of the “Windermere” is its “touch-sensitive” QWERTY keyboard, which supposedly functions very much like a trackpad. This means that users merely need to swipe the physical keys to operate the BlackBerry instead of pressing them.
So far, BlackBerry has only confirmed that they are developing a new 1440×1440 resolution phone, possibly with a pixel density of 453 DPI.
BlackBerry also has not announced a release date for the “Q30 Windermere.”