Remember the BlackBerry? The phone that was once the go-to smartphone has fallen on hard times with the introduction of more popular rivals like the iPhone and Google-powered Android phones. There's a new BlackBerry model out now called the Passport. The Passport includes a large, 4.5-inch square display, a three-line hardware keyboard with capacitive touch sensitivity and battery life up to 30 hours. The device was rolled out at an event yesterday in Toronto but don't go looking for it in the U.S. yet. BlackBerry says it does plan to release the Passport in the U.S. on AT&T by the end of the year.
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