BlackBerry have been teasing the BlackBerry Passport for the last few months, the handset is now official and we have all the details on this new BlackBerry smartphone.
The handset comes with a square display that measures 4.5 inches and it has a resolution of 1440 x 1440 pixels, and 453 dots per inch.
The handset also comes with a physical QWERTY three row keyboard, and this is a new keyboard from the company which is called a ‘Touch Enabled keyboard’, according to BlackBerry it is designed to be more accurate than a standard keyboard.
BlackBerry is renowned for having the best keyboard experience in the industry, which allows our customers to write and respond to messages with amazing accuracy. The BlackBerry keyboard has been refined and evolved over years of development and what we’re introducing on the BlackBerry Passport is truly something special.
The handset comes with a new version of BlackBerry’s mobile operating system, BlackBerry OS 10.3, and also the company’s new voice activated assistant, BlackBerry Assistant.The device also feature BlackBerry Hub, which is designed to be a central inbox for all of your messages, which include phone calls, texts, emails, BBM and more.
The BlackBerry Passport will go on sale in the US today and it will retail for $599 unlocked, as soon as BlackBerry releases a full list of the handsets specifications, we will let you guys know.