Mobiles Leaked Image of BlackBerry Ghost Pro Reveals Bezel-less Display Screen By Somnath Brahma Posted on March 23, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr It is a known fact now that Optiemus Infracom is presently working on two new BlackBerry devices. It is scheduled to launch these two devices named BlackBerry Ghost and BlackBerry Ghost Pro in India. Now a render of the BlackBerry Ghost Pro has been leaked online revealing its design, although there is no information about the expected launch date of the device. A render of the alleged BlackBerry Ghost Pro has been leaked by renowned leakster Evan Blass on Twitter. As per the leaked render, the device may sport a bezel-less design but we are not completely sure as it may be an illusion caused by the black body of the device. However, it can be seen that the device sports a metal frame with volume rockers and the power key is placed on the right side of the device. Apart from that, the logo of the company can also be seen towards the lower end of the device. BlackBerry 'Ghost': a bezel-less, premium Android handset from licensee Optiemus; coming soon to India. pic.twitter.com/KTAvKbDl5v — Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 26, 2018 Another interesting feature of the device is the absence of a QWERTY keyboard. If the leaked render of the alleged BlackBerry Ghost Pro turns out to be true, then the device may come with an onscreen virtual keyboard instead of the customary QWERTY keyboard. Apart from that, it also may not sport any physical buttons on the front panel of the device. Meanwhile, there is still no information about the specifications, pricing and expected launch date of the new device till now. However, As per earlier rumors and reports, the BlackBerry Ghost Pro may arrive in the second quarter of 2018 and India could be the first country to get these phones. To recall, Optiemus Infracom entered into an agreement with BlackBerry to manufacture, sale and also provide customer support to all BlackBerry users in India along with some other countries. BlackBerry has also appointed a Chinese TLC to take care of its products in other parts of the world.