Blackberry Porsche Release Date: Luxury Phone Hits Market in Canada

Even during Blackberry's heyday, it was working with other brands in order to promote and expand its marketing further. One of those companies that the Canada-based manufacturer has been working with is Porsche.

Last year, the mobile phone maker announced its latest luxury device. Finally, that new device has hit the Canadian market. According to a report from GSM Arena, the Blackberry Porsche Design P'9983 can now be purchased from Blackberry's home market for $1,950 CAD, or about $1,545.

Like other Porsche Design smartphones, the P'9983 is oozing with appeal. The phone's entire back is reportedly made out of genuine leather, while the Blackberry device's Porsche Design is made out of stainless steel.

For interested buyers in Canada, they should definitely checkout Blackberry's online catalogue to check the phone's specs.

Blackberry Porsche Design P'9983 boasts the interesting combination of touch and type features. The device gets a 3.1-inch display with 720 x 720 resolution, 2GB of RAM, and a Snapdragon S4 Plus chip.

Rounding up the specs sheet are the 8MP primary camera at the back, a 2MP front shooter, 2,100mAh battery, and a limited PIN that would unlock the device's messaging options.

The Blackberry Porsche Design P'9983 may be too expensive for interested consumers, but it is still another marketing ploy to assure its fan base that it is still relevant in the business.

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