Just yesterday we reported that photos of the BlackBerry Passport was spotted in the wild, but if you’re wondering how the phone might handle in real life, the folks at Mobilenet.cz (via CrackBerry) have not only released additional photos and camera samples taken by the phone, but have also released a video review of the handset.

Unfortunately the video’s language is in Czech so unless you speak the language, we guess you’ll just have to watch the video and infer what the presenter is saying based on their gestures and the pictures. The video runs for a whopping 28 minutes long so safe to say that the reviewer really dug deep and went over a lot of features of the phone.

Obviously the handset has yet to be officially released and based on the video, it seems that the handset pictured is not only running slightly older hardware, but its software also seems to be a bit old as well. We expect that the final release of the BlackBerry Passport will be slightly different from the one in the video, but if you just want a rough idea of what to expect, then we reckon the video should clue you in nicely.

There is still no official word on when the handset will be released, although recent reports have suggested that it could be gearing up for a launch in Singapore soon, so hopefully we will hear from BlackBerry soon regarding an official release date, so be sure to check back with us later for the details! In the meantime you can check out the video above to learn more about the handset.

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13 MP
F Aperture F-Stop
196 g
3450 mAh
Launched in
Snapdragon 801 + MicroSD
Storage (GB)
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