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Racing through the Porsche Design P'9982 BlackBerry Smarthphone

What do you get if you mix a smartphone and a sports car who were known for its "strictly business yet  doing with style"- attitude? You'll get this...

Porsche Design P'9982 BlackBerry

Blackberry already released a phone that was also collaboratively designed with Porsche, which was released two years ago. It has a touchscreen feature but still has a QWERTY keypad at the bottom, just like the usual Blackberry, but has the luxuriousness of a Porsche.

This year, they're up for another jaw-dropping smartphone. Just last week in London, Blackberry announced the Porsche Design P'9982 Blackberry smartphone. Packed with great features plus high-end authentic materials that a true Porsche fan would definitely go for.

During the press release, Juergen Gessler, CEO of the Porsche Design Group said that "Engineered Luxury meets Powered Performance – what has been true for the first Porsche Design smartphone is even truer for the all-touch P’9982,He also added Once again the collaboration with BlackBerry has led to a device that implements our Iconic Style credo without compromises. With the P’9982 we extend our range of modern luxury smartphones and establish ourselves as a market leader in this segment."

So what make this phone different? "The new all-touch P’9982 smartphone combines a unique design from an iconic brand with the power of BlackBerry 10," said Alistair Hamilton, Senior Vice President of Design at BlackBerry. "Every aspect of this smartphone has been purposely designed and built for a powerful premium experience."

The P'9982 is preloaded with the latest Blackberry OS, 10.2 that is feature-rich and has all the latest enhancement from the Canadian-manufactured smartphone. It has an 8MP main camera plus 2MP front cam. The Porsche Design smartphone is powered by dual-core Krait Qualcomm Snapdragon processor which are clocked at 1.5 GHz. It is also loaded with 64GB of internal storage and 2 GB of RAM to even support users that multitasks or needs that optimum running power. 

Unfortunately this Sports car-inspired smartphone is only bundled with a 1800mAh battery. Therefore, it will run out of gas after some time of LTE browsing and video streaming. We'll most of pips who can afford this doesn't really care, after all a Porsche is a Porsche.

Watch this video to see how awesome this phone is:

Let's preview the short video of unboxing this elusive Blackberry Porsche P'9982, so it will give us more visual of this mouthwatering design and exclusivity of Porsche Design x Blackberry Collab.


When can we get our hands on this here in PH? How much do you think it will cost here? Only time can tell, but I'm pretty sure that it will be available in the market before you even know it.


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