According to the latest news, the BlackBerry Passport will soon be replaced by its successor. In hindsight, the Passport was apparently one of the most-anticipated premium smartphones during its release.
However, the device turned out to be a disappointment. Now, a fresh image of the BlackBerry Passport successor has been leaked online.
According to BlackBerry Central, Blackberry's upcoming flagship device is said to be called as the Oslo. A source close to the folks over at BlackBerry Central claims the smartphone will be released around June 30 and expected to be as large as the original Passport.
If the rumors turns out to be true, Oslo will come packed with a 1440x1440 LCD display, a 13MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, 3450mAh battery under the hood and shipped with Blackberry OS 10.3.2 out of the box.
As of now, we dont have enough information, it seems the device will be available for global roll out. We're expecting more information in the upcoming days.