Press images of what could turn out to be the replacement for the BlackBerry Passport leaked little over a month ago but there are far better shots of the device now. And they've been accompanied by a raft of leaked specifications too.

The hands-on shots of the new QWERTY keyboard-sporting device were posted by BlackBerry dedicated site N4BB, although there's no mention as to where they came from. The site also claims to have a fair few of the key specs nailed down.

If genuine, the Oslo will have similar specifications to the AT&T version of the Passport released in the US. That's a 2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 13-megapixel camera, 3GB of RAM, and 3,450mAh battery.

The handset looks different though, with a combination of silver plastic and a steel frame giving it a more retro feel. The rear is rubberised and textured to make it more comfortable in the hand.

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N4BB claims that the phone is potentially coming to Europe, as well as other EMEA regions. It might also make its way to China as the first Passport-like device for that country.

An actual release date is yet unknown but with the leaks ramping up we're more than likely to hear more on the Oslo soon. 

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