BlackBerry’s Passport for AT&T is not fairly so sq.
Love the thought of BlackBerry’s additional-vast Passport, however want its ergonomics have been just a little higher suited to your arms and pockets? You will need to decide up the newly introduced AT&T model, then. This primary (and solely, because it’s unique) US service mannequin each rounds off the corners and provides a extra pronounced chin that would make it simpler to sort — sadly, although, this does not deliver a fourth row of hardware keys. It is in any other case the identical oddball BlackBerry you’ve got come to know, together with that signature sq. four.5-inch show, a fairly speedy Snapdragon 801 processor, 32GB of storage, a thirteen-megapixel rear digital camera and a 2-megapixel entrance cam. AT&T hasn’t pinpointed a precise launch date, however its Passport might be out there for $200 on contract, $22 per thirty days on a Subsequent 24 plan or $650 up entrance.
Oh, and AT&T has lastly nailed down the price of its variant of the BlackBerry Basic, too. There’s nonetheless no agency launch schedule, however the Basic will promote for $50 on contract, $14 per 30 days on Subsequent 24 and $420 outright. It is equivalent on the surface to its worldwide friends, so you are still taking a look at a three.5-inch show, a twin-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon chip, 16GB of area, an eight-megapixel rear cam and a 2-megapixel entrance shooter.
- Key specs
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- Sort Cellular / embedded OS
- Supply mannequin Closed
- Structure 32-bit
- Launched 2013-03