BlackBerry unveils the Leap - a low-cost five-inch all-touch smartphone

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BlackBerry chases corporate market with low-cost, long-battery life Leap smartphone

BlackBerry has unveiled its latest device after the Classic and the Passport - an all-touch five-inch smartphone called the BlackBerry Leap, which BlackBerry claims offers 25 hours of heavy usage from...

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