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Cheapest BlackBerry Leap Price in Malaysia is RM 458.00

The BlackBerry Leap is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest BlackBerry Leap price in Malaysia is RM 458.00 from Youbeli. BlackBerry Leap price details are updated October 2018.

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Price List by Country for BlackBerry Leap

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 790.000 RM 216.00
Malaysia MYR 458.00 RM 458.00
Philippines PHP 5,500.00 RM 426.00
Vietnam VND 1.790.000 RM 320.00

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BlackBerry Leap Specs

Display
Screen Size 5"
Display Resolution 720 x 1280pixels
Pixel Density 294ppi
Scratch Resistant No
Water Resistant No
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 8MP
Front Camera Resolution 2MP
Dual camera No
Memory
RAM 2GB
Internal Storage 16GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Battery
Battery Capacity 2800mAh
Talk Time 25h
Platform
Processor Dual Core
Operating System Blackberry
Design
Weight 170g
Body Material Plastic
Dimensions (W x H x D) 144 x 72.8 x 9.5mm
Launch
Release Year 2015
Connection
USB Connectors Micro-USB
NFC No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11n
Networking
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Micro-SIM
Features
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light Yes
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner No
FM Radio Yes
3D Touch No

Reviews of BlackBerry Leap

lowyat.net
Reviewed on 2015-05-01
The BlackBerry Leap is intended as a mid-range smartphone, for young executives who are just beginning to build their careers (and their BlackBerry eco-system). It is also the kind of BlackBerry that doesn't have a physical keyboard, which has proven to b...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-18
Improved OS, Surprising cameras, Decent battery life
Middling design, Average screen, No NFC
Blackberry Leap review: With leaks of the forthcoming Android-powered BlackBerry Venice slider , it looks as though the sun is setting on BBOS 10 and the BlackBerry Leap may be the last all-touch device to run it natively.There's something about the Black...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-03
The BlackBerry Leap smartphone is a plain workhorse with BlackBerry's productivity and security pedigree
The Amazon app store is missing many popular apps found on Google Play, or Apple's iOS app store
BlackBerry has long been a byword for mobile security and productivity, and that isn't going to change with the BlackBerry Leap. Available unlocked for $275, or £199 in the UK (about AU$394), this phone pays homage to BlackBerry's business-focused ethos i...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-22
Solid build, Reasonable performance, BlackBerry Hub, Support for Android apps, Very good battery life,  
Pricey considering the opportunity cost
“The BlackBerry Leap could be for you if you need a workhorse to stay connected with the interwebs”While the BlackBerry Classic (review) was a blast from the past, the brand proved it's not averse to innovation and trying out something that's not been att...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-13
The BlackBerry Leap is being marketed as the smartphone for 'young power professionals' -- a previously undiscovered demographic of junior execs onto which BlackBerry has latched (albeit one that sounds like a weird corporate makeover of Prince's old back...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-12
“The BlackBerry Leap's shooters don't really boggle the mind, but you know what they say about the camera in your pocket…”BlackBerry's smartphone offerings tend to focus quite a bit on the productivity side of things, but that doesn't mean they skimp on o...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-11
Long battery life, Versatile 8-megapixelcamera, BB10 OS is a great productivity tool
Bulky compared to other5-inch phones, Poor-quality display panel, Outdated internals, Weak app selection
Two years ago, BlackBerry finally broke free of the monotonous cycle it had entrenched itself in by launching its first all-touchscreen device, the Z10. Despite it being a costly flop, the company formerly known as RIM has continued to explore touchscreen...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-06-04
The BlackBerry Leap smartphone is a plain workhorse with BlackBerry's productivity and security pedigree
The Amazon app store is missing many popular apps found on Google Play, or Apple's iOS app store
BlackBerry has long been a byword for mobile security and productivity, and that isn't going to change with the BlackBerry Leap. Available unlocked for $275, or £199 in the UK (about AU$394), this phone pays homage to BlackBerry's business-focused ethos i...
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crn.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-06-01
Once lord of all it surveyed, former smartphone king BlackBerry (nee RIM) has had a long, dismal descent into mediocrity in recent times.It's a sad story: my very first smartphone was a BlackBerry 8820, and I was very fond of its excellent keyboard and me...
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mobilesyrup.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-13
Well-made for the price, Nice display, Good call quality and speaker volume, Excellent virtual keyboard, BlackBerry 10.3.1 is a big visual upgrade over 10.2, BlackBerry Blend is secure, multi-screen communication done right, Excellent battery life
Heavy and bland-looking, Backlight bleed is very noticeable in places, Apps slow to load, Ecosystem much smaller than iOS or Android, Android apps still lack notification hooks, Mediocre camera quality
As BlackBerry continues its transition to service provider, the company is partnering with ODMs like Foxconn to offload some of the risk inherent to designing and building its own devices.The BlackBerry Leap is another such product, the spiritual successo...
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