Down but still not out, embattled smartphone maker BlackBerry is back with some good news.
On Thursday, the Canadian communications company finally launched the BlackBerry Leap, which is described as an affordable all-touch smartphone for 4G LTE networks in Canada.
The BlackBerry Leap is designed for consumers and enterprise users who value security and privacy when pushing their productivity to the next level.
The new BlackBerry Leap is now available from Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless, Sasktel, TELUS, WIND Mobile, ShopBlackBerry, and select Tbooth wireless and WIRELESSWAVE locations
“With the introduction of the BlackBerry Leap to the BlackBerry 10 portfolio we continue to provide products and services that meet the needs of consumers and enterprise customers in Canada,” said Jaime Leverton, Vice President of Carriers for BlackBerry. “The BlackBerry Leap is an affordable all-touch smartphone in a modern and powerful design that is built for career builders and companies who value security and privacy when being productive.”