BlackBerry Passport Comes With Huge Battery, Premium Processor and Gorgeous Features
The eccentric BlackBerry Passport has the release date set on this September. The handset will come out with a unique square design and a QWERY keyboard. Here is the complete review of the new BlackBerry specs.
The peculiar keyboard has the ability to double as a track pad, so as a touch enabled keyboard. Basically, keyboard has three rows of physical keys and an extra row of virtual ones, which are showing off based on the content that has been typed down.
However, the first 3 rows are formed of letters and there are no numerals and punctuation marks. According to Phone Arena, the rest of the punctuation will appear automatically on the virtual key row depending on the context of the user. If the user writes an email, the @ will show up on the virtual row, but if he is browsing the Internet it will appear symbols like “:” and “/”.
The BlackBerry Passport comes out with a display of 4.5 inch LCD square shaped with a peculiar 1440 x 1440 pixels screen resolution and 453 ppi pixel density. The device will reportedly house a quad-core QUALCOMM – Snapdragon 800 processor, at 2.2 GHz and Adreno 330 GPU – graphics. The handset will provide 3 GB of RAM. The new BlackBerry Passport will run on BlackBerry 10.3 OS. The Passport also houses a raged battery unit of 3450 mAh. The battery offers up to 19 hours talk-time and 8 hours of stand-by, according to N4BB.
Moreover, this device has 32 GB memory storage capacity and it supports a microSD port expandable up to 64 GB. When it comes to weight and thickness, the Passport has 194.4 and 9.3 respectively. The handset sports an outstanding 13 MP back camera with LED-Flash and options like autofocus and Optical image stabilization, also it has a 2 MP front camera unit with 3X digital zoom. The upcoming BlackBerry will support nano SIM and it will appear in two color versions, black and white.
The BlackBerry Passport supports connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.0, LTE, USB, and also NFC and HDMI. Other notable specs of the Passports are: 24-bit color depth, Back Side Illumination, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, and 1:1 aspect ratio.
Will BlackBerry be all the rage at these times when all the people are crazy about smartphones with touchscreen?