When information regarding the BlackBerry ‘Windermere’ Passport was scarce, we exclusively detailed specs and functionality of the rumored device. BlackBerry seeks to reimagine the physical QWERTY smartphone space with the Passport.
BlackBerry Passport will be sporting a 4.5-inch touchscreen with a 1400×1400 resolution. It runs on Snapdragon’s 800 chipset with quad-core power coupled with 3GB of RAM. The phone is set to launch this September in London.
As we first detailed, the Passport’s touch-sensitive keyboard acts as a TrackPad. This lets users command certain aspects on the device, like scrolling and word prediction. Check out the video above and see it all in action.