The BlackBerry A10 – said to be the next flagship device from the company – has been spotted a few times now, but we have the clearest look at the phone yet thanks to a fresh batch of pictures and a video. The pictures come from Vietnamese Twitter user Vũ Thạnh, showing off the front and back of the phone.
It looks just like previous leaks too, with the A10 eschewing the hard edges of the Z10 in favour of more rounded corners, possibly for a more comfortable grip. BlackBerry seems to have added a striking chin to the bottom of the device too, mimicking scores of phones that have used a similar design.
Famous Vietnamese site Tinhte has gotten its hands on the device as well, posting a video to YouTube that shows off the phone in full detail. There isn’t much that can be discerned from the video – it’s a phone running BlackBerry OS 10, after all – but at least you get a clear look at the phone in action.
Previous rumours have indicated that the BlackBerry A10 will feature a 5-inch 720p AMOLED display, along with a dual-core processor, an 8-megapixel camera, 16GB of internal storage, LTE and NFC connectivity, a large 2,800mAh battery, and a microSD card slot. The phone will most likely be running BlackBerry OS 10.2 when it does launch, with a report from CNET suggesting that the handset could be released in November.