For many, BlackBerry doesn't exist anymore. The company has been under struggling to return to profitability. Under the leadership of CEO John Chen, things are looking up for BlackBerry, according to analysts.
Next month BlackBerry is expected to officially launch the Passport - a new flagship smartphone previously rumored to be called "Windermere." Over the past few months, we've heard end number of rumors and speculations surrounding the device.
Of course the BlackBerry Passport would come with an odd looking 4.5-inch display. However, BlackBerry hasn't share complete details, including hardware internals. The firm is now ready to slip more info about the Password, it seems. N4BB has got to know detailed specifications of the smartphone. We hope you'd be interested in knowing what's new about the BlackBerry passport.
BlackBerry's core users have always been high-net senior executives. To address their concerns, the company will treat them with a true style QWERTY-keyboard ducked handset. The BlackBerry Passport has a touch enabled physical keyboard.
The device has a 4.5-inch square shaped screen with a resolution of 1440 x 1440. The handset looks weird when compared to a flagship smartphone from the likes of Samsung or HTC for that matter. We think it's the strangest phone BlackBerry has ever made. The handset is even wider than Samsung's Galaxy Note 3.
Under the hood is a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974-AA) processor with 450MHz Adreno 330 GPU, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of native storage and a microSD card slot. Of course, BlackBerry Passport will run the latest BlackBerry 10 OS.
In the imaging department, the new high-end device comes with a 13MP rear-facing camera with built-in Optical Image Stabilization, Auto Focus and an LED Flash. Also, add a 2MP front-facing shooter.
Connectivity options included are as follows: 4G LTE; 3G; Bluetooth 4.0; NFC; 194g; 3450mAh battery. The BlackBerry Passport is due in September. Expect the device to be priced on a higher side. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!