Following the BlackBerry 'Krypton' passing through the Wi-Fi Alliance and the Bluetooth SIG, the full-touch BlackBerry suggested to be released in October has now arrived at the FCC. This time around, there's not even any debate as to whether or not it's actually the Krypton, it's noted right in the filenames.
As with all the other certifications, there's not a whole lot that can be gleaned from the listing. Most of it all remains under confidentiality agreements and even though the device label image shows off the device, it's relatively obscured so you still can't see it. In any case, here's the device image and a run down once again of the rumored specs:
- All touch
- Snapdragon 625 (or newer 626) processor
- Full HD 1920X1080 display
- 4GB of RAM
- 4000mAh Battery
- Home button with built-in fingerprint scanner
Needless to say, we got a bit longer to go before this one arrives, but it's certainly moving through channels pretty quickly.
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