BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983 Leaks Ahead of September 17 Unveiling

By Vivek

    Almost all the top-tier smartphone makers across the world is done with announcing their latest devices at the IFA 2014 tech show. And just a couple of days ago, even Apple's most awaited iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus got official. However, still one major handset maker has to get done with their announcement this month and the firm is no other than BlackBerry.

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    BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983 Leaks Ahead of September 17 Unveiling


    The Canadian smartphone giant will be announcing its latest BlackBerry Passport device at the event slated on September 24th. However, new report has arrived suggesting another BlackBerry handset's unveiling ahead of the September 24th event.

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    The day would be September 17th and according tot he recent reports, BlackBerry would be taking the wraps off from its third Porsche Design phone - the P'9983. However, the report is not a confirmed one yet.

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    Adding more certainty on the launch date of the Porsche Design P'9983, the FCC filing of the phone has just come to webosphere. The listing of the smartphone on the FCC database is a clear indication that suggests that it would be launched soon, rather than later.

    However, the FCC filing doesn't reveal any information pertaining to the specs of the handset and, thus far, what we know about the device is that it comes with a 3.1 inch OLED screen offering a 720 x 720pixels resolution.

    The yet to be announced premium class smartphone will obviously be a handset for deep-pocketed users. So don't expect it to be an affordable one.

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