The BlackBerry Windermere gets a new name and an official release date: meet the BlackBerry Passport
The Passport will most probably come with a square-shaped display, which will be bigger than 4 inches and will sport a peculiar resolution of 1440 x 1440 pixels. Should this turn out to be the case, the BlackBerry Passport will be rocking a pretty high pixel density, allegedly around 480 ppi. The upcoming BlackBerry device is also believed to pack 3GB of RAM, a 13MP back snapper, and a removable battery with the monstrous capacity of 3450mAh. The BlackBerry Passport will also come with a QWERTY keyboard, which is reportedly functioning like a trackpad.
So, could the Passport be one of the devices that will help John Chen turn BlackBerry into a profitable company? We will find out only after the BlackBerry Passport hits the shelves.