BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 passes through FCC

BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 appears in a leak from FCC database

The tradition of BlackBerry to release the extraordinary BlackBerry Porsche Design smartphones dates back from 2011. The handsets included in the series have a stylish design with premium appearance and the characteristic features for the company, like the QWERTY keyboard.

Another characteristic thing for the Porsche Design models is the high-price around $2000. Loads of changes are happening in the Canadian Manufacturer in the last 18 months. Many believed that the BlackBerry Porsche Design won’t be continued in future. Thanks to several leaks in the last weeks we learn that this time the rumors for the end of the extraordinary line of devices won’t turn out to be truth.

The upcoming smartphone BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 appeared in a new leak from FCC. The shared information reveals that the model has just passed through the certification which means that it is ready to land on the US market. The database of FCC includes some details for the specs of the unannounced Porsche Design P’9983. It is equipped with a 3.1-inch OLED display. The resolution of the device is 720 x 720p. The square screen reminds a bit to the unique BlackBerry Passport that is expected to go for sells real soon.

Previous leaks reveal that the Porsche Design P’9983 works wit a dual-core 1.5GHz CPU. The configuration includes 2GB RAM. It arrives outfitted with an 8MP primary rare camera. A 2MP camera is set on the face side. The device runs on BlackBerry 10.3 OS. It is powered by 2100mAh. The connectivity features include LTE support. The anticipated date for the debut of the phone is 17th of September. The price and the launch date for the model remain a mystery. There is no doubt that the new addition to the Porsche Design line will be pricy.

Source: FCC

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