BlackBerry has got people talking about its new device called the Passport. It has started receiving some positive attention from the press and analysts as well who believe that this just might be the device that can aid the company’s ailing handset business. When BlackBerry CEO John Chen showed off the Passport for the first time he did mention that it would be released in white as well apart from the standard black. We haven’t seen the device in white until today.

Bear in mind though that while the company itself has released several images of the BlackBerry Passport in black it hasn’t shown a white version. This particular image comes from the folks at CrackBerry who claim that it is positively “the real deal.”

The company has released several of its flagships in white as well so its not exactly a new step for it, though its fanbase which is anxiously waiting for this smartphone to launch will no doubt be happy to see just how the Passport looks in white.

This is probably one of the most exciting phones that BlackBerry has launched in a long time. Not only does it bring a completely unconventional design to the table, it also has numerous software enhancements, a virtual assistant and even a keyboard that doubles as a trackpad. The BlackBerry Passport will be officially launched at an event in London this September.

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BlackBerry Passport
1440x1440 LCD
Price (approximative)
~$380 - Amazon
13 MP
Image Stabilization
196 g
3450 mAh
Launched in
Snapdragon 801 + MicroSD
Storage (GB)
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