Blackberry Introduces ‘BlackBerry Leap’ For Indian Users

BlackBerry has introduced a high-tech phone for Indian users, called ‘BlackBerry Leap’.

Blackberry has introduced a modern smartphone, BlackBerry Leap, for users of the fourth generation long-term evolution networks in India, as reported by BlackBerry news. The product has been designed for professionals and firms who are concerned about the safety and privacy of their information.

BlackBerry news today informed that the company’s latest operating system has been installed in the device. The latest phone features an edge-to-edge five-inch high definition display, an 8-mega pixel camera with auto-focus, and light emitting diode (LED) flash.

BlackBerry breaking news affirmed that the product’s display is sharper than BlackBerry Z3 due to its concentration on the quality of the phone’s screen. It also features a ‘time shift’ camera, which is designed to choose the best photo from a group of photos. Experts presented the view that the users of this advance tool would value the picture choosing option, as nowadays, people are interested in photography.

BlackBerry Leap has also been equipped with a 1.5Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor and a 2-gigabyte Random Access Memory (RAM). Industry sources have reported that a long-lasting and durable battery would charge the new product and avoid any charging problems. An official of BlackBerry India has stated that the high-tech device is pioneered to target young professionals, who are interested in employing a productive and safety tool.

Other features of the new product include BlackBerry Blend and BlackBerry Assistant. Blend is known for sharing messages and content across a number of products, while Assistant is designed to recognize voice and text commands to help users organize work, personal mails, contacts, and other BlackBerry 10 applications. These tools have been equipped to facilitate professionals. Experts indicated that the phone users would appreciate the means by which the product transfers information to other products, as in today’s world, the majority of tech-savvy customers use various types of devices.

The executives of the organization believe that this recent innovation would address the concerns of customers and companies. They are quite confident about the performance of this improvement. Market sources have informed that it would be sold for Rs.21,490.

It is expected that the newly designed phone would not only attract a large number of Indian users but would also improve the firm’s image in the South Asian phone market. Management should devise a marketing strategy to sell this newly developed cellular phone. Indian users’ response and review would determine the actual performance of the product in the competitive phone market.

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