BlackBerry has unveiled the BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition. The new variant comes with a silver finish with refined, curved corners, large square touch screen display and reinforced stainless steel frame for extra strength and durability.
It has an updated QWERTY touch-enabled keyboard, battery power that lasts more than a day of mixed use, and BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3.2.
The BlackBerry Passport includes a 4.5″ square screen, 1440×1440 pixel (453 dpi) HD display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It is powered by a Quad Core 2.2 GHZ Processor with 3 GB RAM.
The new BlackBerry 10.3.2 operating system, including features such as BlackBerry Assistant and Amazon Appstore.
It also features the BlackBerry Assistant, company’s first digital assistant and can be used with voice and text commands to help users manage work and personal email, contacts, calendar and other native BlackBerry 10 applications.
The smartphone boasts a 13 MP OIS rear camera and 32 GB memory expandable with a Micro SD card up to 128 GB.
BlackBerry Passport comes with powerful speakers and a quad microphone system that claims to deliver a high-quality listening experience.
The device is fuelled by a 3450 mAh battery, which is the largest among the top selling smartphones and phablets and provides up to 30 hours of mixed use.