Specs Leak For Verizon-bound BlackBerry Laguna

By 10:21 Wed, 14 Jul 2021 Comments

RIM is completely renovating its BlackBerry Operating System (OS) in its BB10 release and its recent gesture-based UI. The Canadians also developed hardware that should stands up to BB Operating System (OS) 10’s biggest competitor, Windows Phone 8.

A leaked specs sheet details the BlackBerry Laguna for Verizon, an L-series device (those are the touch-only ones) that seems to be the CDirect Memory Access (DMA) version of the oft-leaked BlackBerry London.

According to this sheet, the Laguna will pack a 4.2” classy screen with the non-standard 1280 x 768 resolution (only the dev units and the London are supposed to utilize this one instead of 720p). The pixel density works out to the impressive 355ppi.

The phone will be powered by a dual-core Krait Central Processing Units (CPU) and feature 1GB Random-Access Memory (RAM) (elegant Qualcomm MSM8960 chipset), the same that powers the upcoming crop of WP8 flagship devices. Other specs on the BlackBerry Laguna include LTE (with Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) 2G and 3G for roaming), dual-band Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) a/b/g/n with mobile hot-spot and Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) direct, NFC and microHDMI port.

Then there’s an 8MP capturing camera capable of shooting 1080p video, 16GB of built-in storage and a hot-swappable microSD card. An 1800mAh battery is set to power the whole thing.

We’ve already had a see at what BlackBerry Operating System (OS) 10 is like from the Beta 3 demos, but these leaked tutorials give even more detail on the recent touch gestures.




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