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The BlackBerry Passport

The BlackBerry Passport has a very distinctive squat, square chassis that will prove divisive.

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Touch-enabled keyboard

The keyboard is the star of the show. It's touch-enabled, so you can use it as a sort of touchpad to scroll about websites and documents with. It feels great to type on, too.

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An unwieldy workhorse

The phone is wide -- too wide. The  5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 (right) is actually more comfortable to hold, so folks with smaller hands may find the BlackBerry Passport a challenge.

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The phone's square 4.5-inch display has a resolution of 1,440x1,440 pixels.

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The Passport is fairly light at 6.9 ounces (196 grams), and is 9.1mm thick.

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BlackBerry Assistant

The BlackBerry Assistant is the company's take on personal assistants such as Siri, Google Now, and Cortana. You can ask it for sports scores, schedule a meeting or simply send a text, all using your voice.

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Dedicated voice assist button

The dedicated voice-assist button sits between the volume buttons. Press and hold to quickly access the BlackBerry Assistant.

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The Amazon Appstore

BlackBerry OS 10.3 brings support for Android apps, care of the Amazon Appstore. It isn't nearly as full-featured as the Google Play store, but you'll find many popular Android apps.

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A serviceable camera

The camera churns out serviceable photos; some details are softened, but images still look quite nice. You can also shoot in 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios, if the square 1:1 shots feel rather odd.

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Powerful hardware

A quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor is accompanied by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage space.

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Plenty of expandable storage

The microSD card slot can support up to 128GB of expandable memory, so many of your files can come along for the ride.

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