BlackBerry’s next expected flagship handset, the BlackBerry A10, has seemingly been detailed in an extensive video leak from Vietnamese website Tinhte.
Expected to be the successor to the struggling BlackBerry Z10, Tinhte have posted a full specifications list for the 9.4mm thick device along with the video which is embedded above.
They claim the handset will use the BlackBerry OS 10.2 version, with a 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8960 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 5-inch 1280 x 768 AMOLED screen. $G connectivity is expected to be included, as it was with the Z10.
An 8MP camera sits on the rear with LED flash, with a 2MP camera for video calling and selfies up front. The handset acquired by Tinhte has AT&T branding, revealing that to be at least one of the handset’s carriers in the US, with the device sporting 16GB of onboard storage.
Rounding off the specs revealed is a micro USB port and micro HDMI, as well as Wi-Fi, NFC and DLNA support. The battery is 2,800mAh.
Still no official word from BlackBerry, but we’ll pass on confirmed details once we get them.