Blackberry has just launched a remake of its square-screened Passport model. This new one is has the new tag “Silver Edition” and from the looks, it’s really enticing. The Blackberry Passport Silver Edition comes with silver finish with refined, curved corners, the usual square touch screen display and reinforced stainless steel frame that would definitely offer extra strength.
The back side has a soft-touch diamond-pattern. From the looks, this new phone looks more sophisticated than the Blackberry Passport we know. Design aside, every other specs remains the same. There is a 4.5″ square screen, 1440 x 1440 pixel (453 dpi) HD display and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for protection.
Powered by a Quad-Core 2.2 GHZ Processor, and 3 GB RAM. The camera is 13 MP with OIS, there’s also a 2 MP for selfies and 32 GB memory expandable with a Micro SD card. The phone carries a 3450 mAh battery with BlackBerry 10.3.2 operating system running under the hood. It will be priced around $549 USD.
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