BlackBerry Olso Spotted: Certified In Three Countries As BlackBerry Dallas

    Couple of images of an unannounced BlackBerry smartphone has been leaked last month. The smartphone is said to be the successor of the BlackBerry Passport, dubbed as BlackBerry Olso.

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    BlackBerry Dallas Spotted: Certified In Three Countries

    Now, the same smartphone with model number SQW100-4 has been certified in three countries. But, the name of the smartphone has been changed to BlackBerry Dallas. Singapore IDA, Malaysia e-Com and Indonesia e-Postel have listed the smartphone.

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    The leaked images of the BlackBerry Dallas aka Oslo looks pretty similar to the BlackBerry Passport. The handset in the leaked images appears to come with a unique look featuring a sharp edges with smooth curves.

    According to the leaked information, the smartphone sports a 4.5 inch IPS touchscreen display with 1440x1440 pixels resolution that is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and comes with QWERTY keypad. The smartphone is powered by a 2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, paired with Adreno 330 graphics and 3GB of RAM and runs on BB OS 10.3.2.

    BlackBerry Dallas Spotted: Certified In Three Countries

    The leaked information also say that the smartphone will come with similar specs of BlackBerry Passport, like 32GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot to expand memory up to 128GB.

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    It holds a 13 megapixel rear-facing camera with autofocus, LED flash, OIS and supports full HD 1080p video recording.

    However, there is no information about the release date or availability of the BlackBerry Dallas.


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