BlackBerry's upcoming Passport actually has decent specs

While BlackBerry is trying to convince medical professionals to use its upcoming Passport smartphone to view X-rays, N4BB is instead giving us some details that were really want to hear about the device: its specs.
N4BB has revealed the entire spec sheet for the Passport, and it’s actually quite respectable for a BlackBerry device (or any modern flagship smartphone for that matter). Powering the Passport is a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor paired with 3GB of RAM — this is a big upgrade from the BlackBerry Z10, which uses a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor and 2GB of RAM.
The device packs in 32GB of internal storage and also includes a microSD slot for additional expansion. We already know about the device’s display, which is 4.5” square with a resolution of 1440x1440, covered in Gorilla Glass 3. The 13MP rear camera features a 5-element f/2.0 lens, backside illumination, LED flash, and 1080p/60fps video recording. The front-facing unit is run-of-the-mill 2MP unit.

Other features include LTE, 802.11n, and Bluetooth 4.0 LE connectivity.
When it comes to battery life, BlackBerry is looking to knock performance out of the park with an impressive 3450 mAh battery. Unfortunately, it’s integrated into the device and is non-removable. However, BlackBerry is targeting of 19 hours of usage in addition to 8 hours of standby on a single charge.
We still don’t have an official release data for the BlackBerry Passport, but we’re sure that the BlackBerry faithful are eagerly awaiting the release of the device.

Source: N4BB

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