by admin | November 8, 2014 3:52 pm
Blackberry is going through tough times lately as people who once prefer their devices have moved on to the more popular iOS and Android devices. The lack of innovation or the slow pace that BlackBerry tried to develop their once highly regarded business enterprise phones may be one reason of their downfall. But the embattled company may still have one more chance to crawl back up into contention and it all hangs on the new BlackBerry Passport.
The BlackBerry Passport is the first phone that the company has launched worldwide in years. Sure, they did release one for specific markets, but the BlackBerry Passport is the first one launched globally with features that can compete with the big boys. Well, of course it is designed to stand out from all the others. The BlackBerry Passport comes with a 4.5-inch display, which is a bit wider than most phones in the market. It is said to be sized similar to a typical passport, hence the name. One reason that this phone comes with a wider body may be due to its unique QWERTY keyboard unlike anything else out there. The wider body also allows users to reads more characters per line than other phones. Its width also makes it more ideal to browse through sites and read articles. The three-line keyboard also acts as a unique trackpad when users view it sideways, another unique feature that only the BlackBerry Passport offers.
The BlackBerry Passport comes with a 2.2GHz Quad-Core processor and Adreno 330 GPU. It also comes with 3GB or RAM. It also comes with a 13MP rear camera and a 2MP front one. A 3,450 mAh battery ensures that the phone comes with plenty of juice to last the day. The BlackBerry Passport is surely a unique option for people who may be looking for something different in phones. It is now available at the BlackBerry Site for$600.
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