The new BlackBerry Priv, the now regularly leaked Android slider, has had arguably the biggest reveal yet. Specs including chip type, software abilities and more have appeared online.

The BlackBerry Priv leak has appeared on the n4bb website which has several revealing photos of the Android powered handset.

The site reveals that the Priv will come running a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with Adreno 418 GPU. The 64-bit functionality appears to be something that can be turned on or off at least in developer mode, judging by the photo.

The source has also revealed that the Priv's 18-megapixel camera will be capable of recording video in 4K at up to 30 frames per second.

Also shown off is a handy battery charging feature that takes advantage of those dual curved screen edges. While powering up there will be a yellow bar that 'fills' along the side of the phone revealing battery status at a glance. A nice touch.

The extra layer of security provided by BlackBerry on top of the Android 5.1.1 operating system can be seen in the photos. This shows a status bar revealing how secure the phone is as well as options for enhancing that. Like on other Android handsets, a long press of the home button has a function, in this case to access the Hub app and device search.

The handset itself appears to feature a glass-weave rear with a carbon fibre look.

The BlackBerry Priv is rumoured to be released in November. Check out our Priv feature for everything that's known so far.

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