Tomorrow is without a doubt a very big day for BlackBerry, one that the company’s fans have been anxiously waiting for about a few months now. The company is going to conduct three events across the world simultaneously to unveil its latest flagship device called BlackBerry Passport. It is arguably one of the most innovative devices the Canadian manufacturer has ever produced and to mark this occasion the company has set up a BlackBerry Passport release event live stream for tomorrow so that you and I can watch things unfold from the comfort of our homes.

The events will take place in Toronto, London and Dubai. They will start off at the same time even though the cities are located in different regions. Basically the CEO will be present at one location and the others will view the keynote via live stream just like last year when BB10 was launched. The events are invite only.

Not to worry though you’ll be able to keep an eye on the proceedings by heading over to The event starts off at 9:00 AM ET tomorrow, September 24th so tune in then if you want to catch the announcement live. Those who are interested in taking part in the conversation can get involved by using the hashtag #BlackBerry Passport.

CEO John Chen has already confirmed that the Passport will be released in the U.S. after its launch for $599 off contract. Other markets around the world will also have instantly availability after launch. Pricing may vary by region.

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