Blackberry offering the Passport (OS 10) as well as the Silver Edition for up to $250 off
Gone are the days when the Blackberry devices that ran on the in-house software – the BB OS 10 – were the order of the day before the manufacturer decided to jump ship and start to offer Android softwares on its own devices too.
However, if you have missed the good old OS 10 and you would like to have a feel if it again, Blackberry is currently offering its Passport device from its official website at a massive $250 off, dropping the price from the high pedestal of $499 to just $249.
For this price, let us remind you that you would be getting a device that uses 4.5 inches of screen and a QUALCOMM snapdragon 801 chipset which is paired to 3GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 32GB, expandable up to 128GB. There is a 13MP camera on the back and facing you is a 2MP shooter to handle your selfies and al of your video call needs.
There has also been another price cut on the Silver Edition of this same device which has seen its own price reduced by 49% from $549 to $299 and for these deals, BB has said that they would last while the stock also lasts. Two words – Better Hurry!
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