BlackBerry P9982 Porsche Design
The new Porsche Design P'9982 smartphone from BlackBerry instills a feeling of quiet irony: This is BlackBerry's most stunning phone ever and you should probably never spot one out of the wild. Well, unless your number of friends consists of the remarkably wealthy and/or popular. The P'9982 is also probably the most costly phones on the market (Vertu notwithstanding), attempting to sell for pretty much $2, 400.
Making the cost much more shocking, at its core — stainless frame and hand-wrapped Italian fabric backplate apart — the Porsche Design P'9982 from BlackBerry is essentially the same as the BlackBerry Z10 that established in February.
Really the only technical difference between the P'9982 as well as the Z10 is that the P'9982 comes with 64GB of interior storage. The P'9982 is a 4G LTE globe phone that will operate on AT&T and T-Mobile into the U.S.
Despite its large price tag, the P'9981 were able to attract very a following. Celebrities including Kanye West and Piers Morgan tend to be on the list of fans for the unit. BlackBerry told me the P'9981 could be the best-selling product ever at Harrods in London. The P'9982 may replicate that exact same success, as BlackBerry claims the brand-new phone out of stock at Harrods its first day of availability.
The P'9982 shares the exact same design-language as P'9981, however with a touch display screen, the design is more elegant and much less retro-futurist. You'll change the fabric backplate with solutions in different colors, including ointment, burgundy and blue.
The P'9981 had a customized BlackBerry theme, something that the did not carry-over toward P'9982. The only artistic modifications to your standard BlackBerry 10 knowledge are a custom Porsche Design clockface from the time clock app and a somewhat much more square symbol design. At least the P'9982 ships with BlackBerry 10.2, the business's latest OS launch.
The P'9982 also contains a special BBM PIN. The container also contains a global charging you kit and a set of customized earbuds affixed with Porsche Design logos.
The P'9982 has been sold very much as an exclusive, high-end product. It will likely be offered at Harrods in London and Selfridges Carphone Warehouse. It will be around in BlackBerry stores in Dubai as well as other areas of the middle east. In the united states, you may get the phone at Porsche Design shops.
Caressing the P'9982, I am able to understand benefit of the style. Despite having its price, i possibly could look at really rich and famous vying for the phone, only if as a status sign. There's just one single problem: I'm uncertain anybody, also wealthy BlackBerry fans, will fork out cash for a BlackBerry 10 phone.