BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 Smartphone With Codename ‘Khan’ Leaked Ahead of Launch


With the BlackBerry Passport due out soon into markets next month, the Canadian smartphone maker embarks on the luxury handset market with the forthcoming Porsche Design P'9983. Yes, you heard it right!

With the release of a new Porsche Design phone every year since the smartphone was made available in 2011, fans of the premium finished smartphone are now wondering when the Porsche Design P'9983 will be launched.

If reports are to be believed, the new BlackBerry P'9983 is going by the code name "Khan". The luxurious smartphone will retain BlackBerry's signature QWERTY-keypad and a full touch display. While it is certain that the Porsche Design P'9983 is on its way, the specifications of the handset have been the topic of speculations.


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BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 With Codename ‘Khan’ Leaked

N4BB's new leak gives a closer look at the upcoming BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983 and some of the specs are what fans have wanted long. Design-wise, the epic handset shared similarities with its predecessor. Also, the device won't have a capacitive touch keyboard, like the BlackBerry Passport.

The core hardware internals of the device have been leaked alongside leaked images. While the display is expected to come with a 3.5-inch screen, a 1.7GHz dual-core CPU, 3GB of RAM , 64GB of on-board storage and should run on BlackBerry 10.3 OS.

The Porsche Design P'9983 is expected to come in mate black finish, as per the leaked images. Rumor mills claim the handset should cost users $2000 (about Rs. 124,000, approximately). Expect the device to land in retail stores later in the year.

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