The BlackBerry Passport will soon hit retail shelves, but Carphone Warehouse has jumped the gun and posted a video hands-on of the device. The video shows the BlackBerry Passport in detail and shows off its key features, some of which haven't been revealed by the company before.
As you'd expect the keyboard is excellent on the Passport. It also doubles as a touchpad and supports gestures. A swipe to the left deletes a word, while up and down swiping scrolls a web page.
The phone is quite tough as well, thanks to its stainless steel frame. There's also a special shortcut button to the BlackBerry Assistant on the right side of the phone. You can use it to set reminders and search the web, among more.
While the video has since been removed from the retailer's YouTube channel, a copy has been uploaded, which you can check out below.
The Passport will launch in September with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
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the problem with bb is that when you contatct them with metal the phone hangd and stuck even my bb keys are not working i just unfortunately put my phone on television. help me if any one can. display is working but not the keys.