BlackBerry Passport Could Very Well Fit in Your Pocket and It’s Also Been Certified in Singapore

The smartphone is expected to go official in early September

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With just a few weeks left until BlackBerry may officially introduce the Passport to the world, a live picture showing the smartphone being pulled from someone’s pocket has just leaked online.

With just a few weeks left until BlackBerry may officially introduce the Passport to the world, a live picture showing the smartphone being pulled from someone’s pocket has just leaked online.

Normally, we wouldn’t have reported on the matter given the fact that you can only see half of the phone’s back cover, but there are numerous BlackBerry fans who wonder whether the Passport will fit their pockets.

While we don’t know how large the pockets of the person carrying the Passport in the picture are, it’s pretty clear that the upcoming BlackBerry smartphone won’t be as large as we originally thought.

And while we’re at it, the folks over at Gizmobic report BlackBerry Passport has just received certification in Singapore, which means that this will be one of the first countries to receive the smartphone, aside from the UK.

BlackBerry Passport is one of the unusual smartphones soon to be available on the market. The device has been confirmed to pack a 4.5-inch capacitive touchscreen display that supports 1440 x 1440 pixels, which basically makes it a squared device.

The device is aimed at the high-tier segment of the market, as it comes equipped with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal memory. What do you think about BlackBerry’s Passport? Do you plan on switching to BlackBerry or upgrade from an older device?

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