The BlackBerry Passport, launched on September 24th 2014, is a pure productivity machine, and a reflection of the company’s professional, business-focused mindset. The 4.5-inch BlackBerry Passport is about the same size and shape as a US passport. Images and videos look great too, with colors that are reproduced faithfully and don’t shift no matter how you hold the display. And if things look a little off, you can just dive into the display color settings and tune the white balance and color saturation to your liking. The glossy IPS LCD holds up well enough in office and outdoor lighting, though (as expected) it becomes less visible if the sun is beaming directly down on it.
Inside the Passport is a 3GB RAM, 32GB of storage that is expandable up to 128GB, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2.2GHz quad-core processor. In the camera department, the BlackBerry Passport makes use of a 13MP 1080p rear facing camera along with a 2MP 720p front-facing camera.
The phone retails at Ksh. 19, 500. Make an order from wherever you are and you will have it delivered to you within 24 hours.