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BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 tipped to have a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor, 3GB RAM

Many BlackBerry enthusiasts are waiting until September or November for the Passport and Classic to be released. But those that want a bit more class and have a few extra bucks laying around may want to hold off until December. According to N4BB, BlackBerry and Porsche Design are coming back to market with the P’9983, a successor to the P’9982 and P’9981.

If you recall, the Porsche Design BlackBerry devices are priced around $2,000 each, made of stainless steel, wrapped in handmade Italian leather and sport special edition PINs.

For the upcoming Porsche Design P’9983, the codename is ‘Khan’, and will reportedly include a 3.5-inch display, 1.7 GHz dual-core processor, 64GB storage, 3GB RAM, and likely run a customized version of BlackBerry 10 (currently testing OS 10.3.0.700). In addition, similar to previous Porsche Design BlackBerry devices, the P’9983 will have the trackpad and ‘belt’ with navigation keys and made from carbon and steel.

Source: N4BB

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