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BlackBerry Probable to Bounce Back in Mobile Industry with Modish Passport

October 16
11:09 2014

passportNew Delhi, Thursday, October 16 – Gadgets that are released under the brand name of BlackBerry automatically fetch mob’s attention. Its cell phones earned huge popularity amongst the techno savvy guys, but for a while their focus got shifted to the devices launched by strong rivals like Lenovo, Nokia, LG, Samsung, Motorola and Apple that gained foothold in the mobile phone market since they worked on all those facets that could have grabbed eyeballs. To breathe life into quality collection, the company is all set to bounce back with BlackBerry Passport, which sports unfussy features and quickly responding QWERTY keys.

The company appears to be all set to pull through with the fashionable Passport, a wider chatting tool, which houses an IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen of 4.5 inches, allowing millions of hues to get reflected in an inexpressible manner on a broad platform. The measurements of 128 x 90.3 x 9.3 mm (5.04 x 3.56 x 0.37 in) are adequate to tell about this ginormous handset. Capacitive touch 3-row BlackBerry keyboard is something what could seem absolutely new to a number of customers. By the means of 1440 x 1440 pixels and nearly 453 ppi pixel density, all apps and features are put forward. Multitouch access, up to 10 fingers, is an add-on. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 has been affixed to ensure about the display’s safety.

Despite the fact that touchscreen phones are ruling everyone’s heart, it would be interesting to see how BlackBerry Passport will bring fashion of QWERTY keyboard back in the game. The original storage capacity is robust as the phone can save data up to 32 GB at different files and folders. In case, the internal memory seems unsatisfactory then customers can stretch it greatly up to 64 GB, which is certainly enough to safely keep videos and pictures to cherish it forever. A collection of peppy numbers and soulful harmonies will help mobile phone users to entertain themselves at any point of time. For matchless storing, microSD card is needed to be placed in the given slot, which performs with 3 GB RAM.

The aspects that add to the phone’s quality are SNS integration, voice memo & dial, predictive text input, BlackBerry maps, photo viewer or editor, video editor, DivX/XviD/MP4/WMV/H.263/H.264 player, MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+/FlAC player, organizer and document viewer. These could be termed core elements of the BlackBerry Passport to put forward distinct functions in order to serve best features to the buyers, who give preference to this latest tool, leaving other smartphones in market.

Placing order for the phone through ecommerce portals could also be beneficial as people may get chance to save a little bit of their money thanks to effective deals and offers. Primary camera of 13 mega pixel, featuring face detection, geo-tagging and HDR, and  front camera of 2 mega pixel have their huge significance, especially at a time when every shopper wants to hold a scintillating device through which awesome snapshots can be clicked. Since today’s users are more active on social networking sites and post selfies on personal account, BlackBerry added excellence to this part through autofocus, LED flash and optical image stabilization.

GPRS and EDGE are included along with WLAN, which is pivotal for enjoying trouble-free internet services on the phone itself and other Wi-Fi supporting devices. Its non-removable Li-Ion 3450 mAh battery is the key attraction, lasting solidly up to 18 h (2G) / up to 23 h (3G), up to 84 h and up to 432 h (2G) / up to 444 h (3G) in talk time, music play and stand-by modes, respectively. BlackBerry Passport is an expensive phone for which customers will have to shell out Rs. 49,999. Price may vary as per the mode of purchase.

BlackBerry 10.1 operating system is the backbone of BlackBerry Passport, making it to perform faster. It incorporates GPS with A-GPS support, Quad-core processor and Java, however, radio is missed that is a tad disappointing for several buyers who tune to various radio channels to hear songs of different eras and news updates.

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