We previously heard rumors of a new BlackBerry flagship on the way, and in the last few days we’ve been hearing more and more about the BlackBerry A10. Yesterday we saw leaked evidence that it will come to Verizon. Now we’ve come across a BlackBerry A10 video leak, in which the phone can clearly be seen wearing the AT&T logo.
Recently we showed readers a leaked image purporting to be of the BlackBerry A10 with some initial leaked specs. Following this we gleaned some more details about the phone from some leaked parts, with a battery door showing Verizon 4G LTE branding. Now a new YouTube video has emerged with claims that this is the A10.
While we cannot verify if the handset shown in the video is definitely the BlackBerry A10, we feel it certainly looks plausible that it is. Its design very much ties in with the handset we’ve seen in previous leaks, and the materials also look as though they match. Much of what is revealed in the video also equates with previous leaked specs. We’ve embedded the hands-on video with the BlackBerry A10 below this story so you can take a look for yourself.
The phone has a 5-inch HD AMOLED display, and we’ve previously heard it will have a dual-core processor. We had not heard anything before about the battery capacity but in the video the back cover is removed to show a very decent 2800 mAh battery. The device shown in the video also has micro-SIM and microSD slots as well as micro-USB and micro-HDMI ports, while the usual BlackBerry volume rocker can be seen on the right with a headphone jack and the power button on the top.
Why not take a look at the video below to get a good idea of what is claimed to be the BlackBerry A10, although we should point out that the narration is in Vietnamese. There are still no details about a possible release date other than a vague rumor mentioning November, but we’ll keep our eyes and ears open for further information about this.
If this is genuinely the A10 we think the design looks pretty good, but we’d like to know what you think. Are you impressed with what you see? Would you consider purchasing the BlackBerry A10 based on what you’ve seen and heard so far? Let us know with your comments.