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According to Mobilenet.cz, the
Despite being slated for launch in September, details surrounding the
However, thanks to the Mobilenet.cz review, it has emerged that the physical keyboard on the Passport actually doubles as a touchpad. The piece says that a number of gestures are available on the device - for example, users can simply swipe backwards to delete a word, or else swipe down to scroll through whatever is on-screen. The review said that it provided the accuracy and responsiveness of hardware keys, but the durability of a touchscreen thanks to the added gestures.
For the rest of the display, Mobilenet spoke highly of the Passport's performance - the 4.5-inch screen offers a 1,440 x 1,440 resolution and pixel density of 453 ppi. The battery is also highly praised, thanks to it being a 3,450 mAh monster. However, this has affected the weight of the device, which comes in at 195 grams.
The Passport's main camera is a 13-megapixel unit with LED flash that can record 1080p video at 60 frames per second. The review said that the device offered optical stabilisation as well.
The device sports 32GB of internal storage, though this can be upgraded with a MicroSD card, the site said. And for connectivity, there's LTE and NFC, though only 802.11n Wi-Fi.
According to the site, the Passport will cost
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