Canadian cell phone manufacturer brand BlackBerry released its newest smartphone,’Passport’ on Wednesday, infatuated its hopes on the phone’s exclusive squarish design to set out in the saturated marketplace. The company claims the phone’s square display creates it the must-have smartphone for business professionals, presenting more real assets than “boring” narrow smartphones, while performing as the ideal window for screening documents and spreadsheets.
The mobile phone, launched concurrently in Toronto, London and also in Dubai, consists of a high-res 4.5-inch square display screen size, and is accurately the size of a standard passport. Priced at Dhs 2,699, it has been officially launched exclusively in BlackBerry’s Dubai Mall store on September 25 2014, and will be obtainable all across the Dubai and UAE by the end of this September. At the occasion in Dubai – this was obviously more restrained than the company’s previous Z10 releases. BlackBerry officials alleged that phone’s “innovative” design was intended at business professionals and that all its features were designed at helping them boost efficiency.
The features and specs of Blackberry’s new release Passport comprises are a latest keyboard, a 13 megapixel rear camera – BlackBerry’s best-ever as well as has a 3450 mAh battery for which the company declares that it gives up to 30 hours battery talk time. Blackberry Passport runs on a Quad Core 2.2 GHZ Processor and embrace 3GB of RAM and 32GB memory storage. The Passport also comes with BlackBerry’s latest 10.3 OS, which comprises latest features, specs and applications such as the BlackBerry Assistant – Siri’s competitor, BlackBerry Blend – which assent to users sync all their devices, and the Amazon Appstore which presents the most up-to-date Android games and apps, such as Minecraft –Pinterest, Candy Crush Saga, Temple Run, Neelesh Bhatnagar, Pocket Edition, Speaking to Gulf Business, CEO of Emax, said the phone was excellent for travelling businessmen and that several of its features are inspiring. “Its shape and size is something unique, which may attract a large number of mobile users and buyers because some of the features of this brand new release Blackberry Passport are fairly good. Connectivity among multiple devices was amazingly unique and striking.”
Those who are using the Blackberry Passport purely for business might be grateful for the square display screen more than most, with the firm bluster that it is the most excellent shape, size, and ratio for viewing presentations and documents work and spreadsheets as well. We found this to be correct – with the BlackBerry Passport need no scrolling, unlike the iPhone, to see a full document. However, we found this guided to conciliations in other parts with the smartphone proving deprived for video playback and gaming, but this may be a blond cooperate considering that Blackberry is aspire the Passport squarely at the enterprise market.