Compared to all other big names in the market like Samsung, Apple and Sony, Canada-based manufacturer BlackBerry hasn't really been that much in news. But whatever little limelight there has been for the device, it's fully due to the speculated Windermere handset. Now it seems like the device is back in news.
According to reports, the BlackBerry Windermere, which has been long rumored to be under development via BlackBerry's but haven't made any official appearance as of now, has popped back into news once more with new features.
As of today, new details related to what the smartphone could offer in terms of hardware have emerged online now. And going by the new report, it actually looks like the device could actually be better than initially expected.
Revealed first via CrackBerry, the BlackBerry-based Windermere device "is said to be incredibly light and built using a stainless steel frame with the overall design inspired by modernist architecture."
"On top of that, it's also said to be thinner than that of the BlackBerry Z30 which is 9.4mm thick and by no means a thick device," the report adds.
Apart from that, the report states that the keyboard of the new handset is also going to be more improved and futuristic. For now, the keyboard is expected to provide users with a fast and accurate typing experience. The new keyboard is also said to offer all the favorite all-touch gestures at users' fingertips.
On the back side, the new device is expected to sport a 13-megapixel camera with Optical Image Stabilization. This is meant to offer a better photo experience when compared to previous BlackBerry models. Enhanced photo taking experience could also be on the cards.
For now, however, there are no solid details of the device so everything has to be taken with a pinch of salt. But expect GizBot to keep you updated on everything that's happening.