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BlackBerry renews Passport for AT&T (pictures)

At CES 2015, BlackBerry announced a new Passport smartphone for AT&T with rounded corners. CNET's Roger Cheng takes a closer look.

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A new and slightly different Passport

LAS VEGAS -- Though AT&T has sold the BlackBerry Passport since last year, BlackBerry came to CES to introduce a redesigned version of the smartphone for the carrier. The new Passport is almost the same as its predecessor save for more rounded corners (yes, that's the only change).

An AT&T exclusive, the new Passport will sell for $200 under a two-year contract, $21.67 under AT&T's Next 24 monthly payment program, $27.03 under its Next 18 plan or $32.50 under its Next 12 plan. You'll pay $650 without a contract.

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