Possible Leaked Images of the BlackBerry ‘Krypton’ Surface!

 

We have been hearing a lot about the rumored BlackBerry ‘Krypton’ device that TCL is getting ready to launch next month.  The device has been spotted going through FCC Approval, the Wi-Fi Alliance, and the Bluetooth SIG Certification. The one place we have yet to see it is on camera. TCL and BlackBerry Mobile have done a pretty good job keeping this device secret and out of view for cameras to see, until now that is.  We believe to have found what is thought to be images of the BlackBerry ‘Krypton’. Now, these are leaked images obviously and we have no way of telling if it is the actually BlackBerry ‘Krypton’, and if it is, at what stage of production it is in.

 

By looking at the pictures though, it seems the device has ditched the dual tone flash or shrunk it down to one cut out.  The device is being held up to a BlackBerry KEYone Black Edtion and it seems to have the same dimensions of the KEYone.  Also, take a look around the device and you will notice that all the buttons seem to be on the left side of the device.

You will also notice the different backings to the device in each picture.  We do know that there are multiple SKU’s for the BBD100- device, so we might be seeing multiple colors coming for the ‘Krypton’. It could also be that one device was in early stages of production compared to the other. The device kind of reminds me of the BlackBerry Z30 with the backing of the second picture.  I would love a BlackBerry Z30 form factor with Android running on it!

What do you think of the pictures? Let us know in the comments below!

 

Source: CrackBerry

 

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