It's not clear if the BlackBerry Kopi will ever see the fluorescent light of a retail store, but if it doesn't, at least we'll still have a good idea of what the Kopi is all about thanks to the leaks that've surfaced. Today we've got another to add to the pile, as Vietnamese site Techrum has posted a large batch of high-quality shots that show the Kopi in the wild.
Just like the units that we've seen in the past two Kopi leaks, the BlackBerry shown in today's images is sporting a physical QWERTY keyboard, squarish display and a Z30-like gray lip at the bottom of its face. On the sides of the Kopi live volume buttons and a convenience key as well as a microUSB port. Meanwhile, the textured backside includes a BlackBerry logo, camera and flash.
The BlackBerry Kopi is rumored to be a lower-end device similar to the BlackBerry Q5 that launched last year with a 3.1-inch 720x720 display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 5-megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel front-facing shooter. A report from late last year claimed that BlackBerry has cancelled the Kopi, but with CEO John Chen's recent admission that BlackBerry's future lineup will predominately feature phones with keyboards, there's a chance that we could see the Kopi make its way to market. Until we hear more, you can find a few more photos of the device in the gallery below.