We have well-known about the gadget for some time, but the Blackberry has launched the Passport smartphone, a handset that directly goes down as one of the most exceptional on the market and this gadget has a 2.2 GHz, quad-core processor, 32GB of storage (and a micro-SD card slot), 4GB of RAM, a 13 MP camera and a huge 3,450 mAh rechargeable battery which BlackBerry says is able of giving 30 hours of usage on a full charge.
The latest arrangement “touch-enabled” keyboard/touchpad placed just below the screen proposes what BlackBerry hopes is a superior experience than with earlier models. The keys are assembled into three rows as an alternative of the common four row design and it has better the audio quality of the phone and has generated a device switch application to assist move a user’s files from all other mobile phones or even older BlackBerry OS 10 phones.
The latest Passport smart phone runs OS 10.3, the newest version of the BlackBerry’s recent operation system. It features BlackBerry Assistant a competitor to Siri and Google Now and its characteristic is said to be dissimilar from its rivalry by offering three separate modes: understands vocalization requests, dealing with typed requests when a consumer is in a meeting and giving an absolutely hands-free mode for when the user is driving.
So, we know why Blackberry has followed this shape and gone “stylish to be square”. It is stylish, advance and really very excellent too, in that sort of professional and functional way that all Blackberry’s are, while it feels good in hand thanks to its stainless steel border (noticeable on the sides) and soft touch rear plate.