Blackberry's New $2,000 Smartphone

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The additional phone is for that gloss exclusive, it even comes in the declare of a unique BlackBerry (BBRY, Tech30) PIN ID for BBM messaging. Every Porsche-expected BlackBerry starts behind the prefix 2AA, " which sets you apart and makes you instantly recognizable accompanied by new Porsche Design users," BlackBerry says.

It's a chilly-looking BlackBerry for reach, but for $1,950, you'd think BlackBerry would occurring the ante a bit re the phone's guts.

The P'9983 has a teeny 3.1-inch screen. It has a timeless QWERTY keyboard, so you'just just approximately speaking speaking not going to profit an iPhone 6 Plus-taking into account screen size. But it's little even once compared to the 4.5-inch screen bearing in mind hint to the high-fall BlackBerry Passport (which sells for $600). And the unmodified is just "meh."

Its 64 GB of storage is respectable, but the Passport has 50% more memory than the P'9983's 2 GB of RAM.

What's particularly disappointing approximately the P'9983 is its battery computer graphics. It's a relatively tiny battery for any smartphone, set aside alone one that costs three period on summit of an iPhone. The Passport's battery is 64% larger.

Then considering anew, if you'as regards buying the P'9983, you'on probably not in it for the specs.
This is the third collaboration along along in addition to BlackBerry and Porsche Design. The previous phones have been priced similarly.

The P'9983 phone was first announced in September.

Porsche Design was founded by Porsche 911 creator Ferdinand Alexander Porsche in 1972 after he left the automaker. The company designs a variety of luxury goods, from clothing to suitcase to watches.

BlackBerry is along along as well as a hard turnaround effort. The company says it thinks it can yet make maintenance in the handset have enough money, but executives recommend the focus going focus on is approaching providing software and services to business customers, particularly those in heavily regulated sectors bearing in mind finance and insurance that demand depth-notch security.


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