BlackBerry seems to be about to unveil the successor to Passport. The device that is currently going through life as the BlackBerry Oslo became first spotted in April, when a render of the device appeared online. Today the unit has also been spotted in the wild and it gives us a good look at what we can expect.
In the photos, published by 4NBB, we see a device that looks a lot like the BlackBerry Passport. The Oslo has a QWERTY keyboard with three rows and a rectangular screen with a resolution of 1440 x 1440 pixels. Under the hood, the device would again run on the quad-core Snapdragon 801 with 3GB memory and a 3450mAh battery. At the back we find a 13-megapixel camera. Furthermore, it appears the frame be made of metal, while at the rear there is chosen a texture of rubber.
The BlackBerry Oslo is expected later this month, announced on June 30, then the short-term smartphone should be available in Europe and Asia.
Given the fact that in terms of specifications have not changed very much seems to be against the BlackBerry Passport is likely that the retail price will be slightly lower, although this logic in companies not always on.