BlackBerry Passport launched in Indiafor Rs 49,990

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    BlackBerry Passport launched in India
    for Rs 49,990

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    The squarish BlackBerry Passport
    comes packed with high end features
    expected from a flagship device.
    BlackBerry today formally announced
    the launch of its latest smartphone,
    the BlackBerry Passport, in India for
    Rs 49,990. The handset was unveiled
    by the company last week and it
    made it to the headlines due to its
    unique square design (like the now
    outdated LG Optimus Vu).
    BlackBerry has said that the phone
    will be available for prebooking from
    Amazon.in from September 29 (today)
    till October 10 (next month).
    Customers who pre-booked the phone
    will get a gift voucher worth Rs 5,000
    which can be redeemed during future
    purchases from Amazon.in. Frequent
    fliers with Jet Airways would also
    receive 5000 complimentary miles to
    their existing JP account.
    BlackBerry Passport comes with a
    4.5 inch display with a dedicated
    Qwerty keypad which is completely
    different from what we have seen
    from the traditional keypads.
    "The BlackBerry Passport takes our
    iconic keyboard to the next level. The
    physical keyboard gives you more
    typing accuracy and leaves you more
    screen space for viewing. It is also
    touch-enabled, so you can perform
    many functions right on the keyboard.
    It's responsive to touch so you can
    scroll web pages, flick to type or slide
    along the keys to move the cursor.
    Only BlackBerry can take a perfectly
    crafted keyboard and make it better,"
    explained BlackBerry on its product
    page.
    The display has up to 10 finger touch
    support and is made with Corning
    Gorilla Glass 3 that would definitely
    protect it from scratches. Also, this
    IPS LCD display has huge 453 ppi
    pixel density.
    Inside the Passport lies the powerful
    Snapdragon 800 quad core processor,
    Adreno 330 GPU, and huge 3 GB RAM
    for a smooth and lag free
    performance. The smartphone also
    has impressive 32 GB internal storage
    and an expandable storage slot that
    can accommodate a micro SD card of
    up to 64 GB.
    For photography enthusiast, the
    BlackBerry Passport offers a 13
    megapixel rear camera with auto
    focus and Optical Image Stabilisation
    features. An LED flash is also in the
    back panel to assist the rear camera.
    The front 2 megapixel camera can
    also capture high definition images.
    In the BlackBerry Passport, there is a
    non-removable 3450 mAh battery
    which claims to offer 30 hours of
    talktime. This single nano SIM based
    smartphone offers plenty of
    connectivity features including 4G
    compatibility, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC,
    dual band WiFi, WiFi Direct, DLNA,
    WiFi hotspot, and micro USB 2.0 port.
    Besides, it comes with some nifty
    features like BlackBery Assistant, a
    Siri like software. It also comes
    preloaded with BlackBerry browser
    which is said to be much faster than
    others and can show a full desktop
    webpage.



     


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    lol. Blackberry never learns.
     

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    Wow great specs
     

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    Great specs at 'wow' price. :v
     

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    price high uselesssss
     

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    Ffghgssfhhhgggfffd
     

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    nice passport
     

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    odd looking phone
     

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    Superb.....
     

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    Android is better than Blackberry right now.
     

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    this is so much expensive
     

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