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Black Berry’s Passport device is almost impossible to mistake for any other smartphone.
The square-shaped flagship features a 4.5-inch 1440 x 1400 display, 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage expandable with a micro SD slot.
The KEY2 also has touchscreen navigation (now an expected feature in today's smartphone market) although the 4.5-inch display pales a bit in comparison to i Phones and other flagship Androids.
The same can be said of the dual 12MP cameras, one front-facing and another on the back: They snap decent photos, but can't really compete with other more advanced phone cameras on the market.
Inside, the hardware is Black Berry OS 10.3, which remains Black Berry’s swan song and runs some Android apps courtesy of Amazon’s app store.
Still, the real win here is that messaging is fantastic.
If you're still part of the "Crackberry" crowd, you'll find Black Berry's current line of devices available below.
If you think that Black Berries are a thing of the past, then the Android-powered KEY2 is here to prove you wrong.
Devoted Black Berry fans need not worry — the beloved physical keyboard is still there and just as satisfying to use, with intuitive predictive typing features and even a fingerprint reader built right in.
The battery itself is fantastic (it’s rated at around 17 hours of talk time and 9.5 hours of video playback).
In fact, Black Berry even claims that “heavy users” can grab 25 hours of battery life on the Leap.
The message “Hub” is focused on bringing together all incoming communication into one centralized location or stream.
Add in Black Berry’s Assistant, their own version of Siri or Google Now, and you can dictate notes, create calendar events or send e-mails all without touching the keyboard.