Unannounced BlackBerry Dallas certified in three countries

Unannounced BlackBerry Dallas certified in three countries
The BlackBerry Dallas, also known as the BlackBerry Oslo, has been certified in a trio of locations. With a model number of SQW100-4, the handset showed up on Singapore's IDA, Malaysia's e-CoM and Indonesia's e-Postel. Since the device has the same innards as the BlackBerry Passport, we could see this model unveiled in the not too distant future.

The BlackBerry Dallas will feature a screen of unknown size, although if it copies the Passport it will be 4.5-inches. Resolution of the screen is expected to stay at 1440 x 1440, which means you should expect the screen to keep the square shape seen with the Passport. The Snapdragon 801 SoC will be under the hood, which features a quad-core 2.2 GHz CPU and the Adreno 330 GPU.

If the Dallas continues with the same specs as the Passport, it will have 3GB of RAM inside and 32GB of internal storage (with 25GB available to the end user). Those requiring additional storage could access the 128GB capacity microSD slot. The 13MP camera on the back should come with OIS and we can expect a 2MP snapper in front. The same 3450mAh battery found on the Passport should be powering the Dallas.

While this is certainly interesting news for BlackBerry fans, all eyes are really on the BlackBerry Venice. That model is expected to be the Android driven slider that will be available on AT&T.


via: Crackberry

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