BlackBerry has introduced a white color BlackBerry Passport and a limited edition red color BlackBerry Passport.
User from North America will be able to purchase red and white BlackBerry Passports on ShopBlackBerry.com and Amazon.com.
BlackBerry Passport is now available in three color options, traditional black, classy white and powerful red.
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BlackBerry Passport is a device purpose-built for productivity-driven business professionals who want a smartphone that empowers them with the mobile tools they need to get things done.
“The introduction of the red and the white BlackBerry Passport colors underscores our commitment to break through the sea of rectangular-screen, all-touch devices, offering different styles that meet mobile professionals’ personalities.” said BlackBerry executive chairman and CEO, John Chen.
BlackBerry’s flagship is priced at Rs 49,990 for the Indian customers. The device sports a 4.5 inch IPS LCD, perfectly square display with 1440 x 1440 pixel resolution.
BlackBerry claims this has been done deliberately so that professionals can edit their spreadsheets, emails and documents easily by reducing scrolling.
It has full QWERTY keyboard with a capacitive touch layer on the keys for performing gestures.
The smartphone is powered by a 2.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor paired with 3GB RAM.
It comes with the new BlackBerry 10.3 OS onboard, which includes features as BlackBerry Assistant and a brand new BlackBerry Hub with Instant Actions. With BlackBerry 10.3, users also get access to the Amazon Appstore for Android and roughly 240,000 apps.
The device sports a 13MP rear OIS camera with BSI sensor and a 2MP front facing camera with a internal storage of 32GB which is expandable up to 128GB via Micro SD card.
It is juiced up by a 3450mAh battery, which claims to provide up to 30 hours of mixed usage battery life.
Other features include 4 microphones, MHL port for TV-out, FM Radio, accelerometer, gyro, compass and proximity sensor.
The device has improved camera user interface, enhanced security, updated icons and a built-in wallet app approved by RBI.
BlackBerry claims that its loud speaker is 18 per cent louder than the HTC One (M8) and 350 per cent louder than the Samsung Galaxy S5.