The upcoming BlackBerry Ghost and Ghost Pro are said to be the first BlackBerry-branded handsets that’ll come with an all-screen design. Now, credible industry tipster Evan Blass suggests that the handset will also come equipped with a massive 4000mAh battery. If this turns out to be true, the battery found on the BlackBerry Ghost will be one of the largest ever seen on a flagship-class device.
One more Ghost tidbit: it's got a 4,000mAh battery, which would be one of the largest in a flagship-class device.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 5, 2018
According to sources, both BlackBerry Ghost and Ghost Pro are being developed by Indian ODM Optiemus, which signed an agreement with the TCL-owned brand last year, and holds the rights to manufacture and sell BlackBerry handsets in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, as well as Sri Lanka.
Not much is known about the BlackBerry Ghost as far as specs are concerned. But what we do know is that the device will be positioned as a flagship-grade device. It’ll likely come equipped with premium features and high-end specifications usually reserved for high-end handsets. Hence, we may see an all-screen edge to edge display, along with dual-rear cameras with support for low-light enhancements and optical zoom.
Back in March, Blass posted leaked renders of the alleged BlackBerry Ghost. The render shows a smartphone with an edge to edge display and hardly any bezels, following the widely adopted trend of bezel-free phones that is taking the market by storm. The render also revealed that there are no capacitive or physical keys on the front. The only physical buttons are the power and volume keys that are housed on the right edge.
More details about the handset are likely to appear on the web as we get closer to its launch. We’ll update you as soon as we hear anything new. Until then, keep checking back for more.