Last week, BlackBerry launched their newest flagship device – the Passport. Sized as the travel document bearing the same name, it features the company’s popular QWERTY keyboard with a bonus: its also touch sensitive – enabling the Passport some touch gestures on the keyboard that improve the experience. The new device also supports Android applications and a unique 1:1 “Square” high res display to improve document reading.
Available now for PHP 35,790 the Passport is a high-end phone with all of the specifications you would expect; but also has the BlackBerry experience and security features on top. With it’s unique display and OS, the phone will definitely stand out.
BlackBerry Passport – PHP 35,790
– 2.3Ghz Quad-Core Snapdragon 801 Processor
– 4.5″ 1440×1440 IPS Gorilla Glass 3 Display
– BlackBerry 10.3 OS
– 13MP OIS Camera + LED Flash, 2MP Front
– 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, MicroSD
– 3,450mAh Battery
– Single NanoSIM LTE
– Capacitive 3-Row BlackBerry keyboard
– Android App Support, Amazon App Store
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