BlackBerry Porsche Design Doesn’t Seem to Be a Smart Option

January 25, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There are mainly two criteria for selecting a device from its large pool. First and most prominent is its price tag, and secondly the specification that the device is featuring.

Following whichever of the above criteria, you will not end up buying BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9981 Smartphone. You might be dismayed with the price inscribed as $2,350, in spite of its inferior configuration.

It is just recently that the device has cleared the FCC, where the price was estimated around $2,000. Here, even the customer’s right to expect the value for the amount paid is questioned.

All the recent products in smartphone market from Samsung, Apple, and HTC etc. feature larger screens. But the Porsche Design has a much smaller display of 2.8-inches.

The device has the traditional BlackBerry QWERTY keypad and touch screen with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels, which is too low. We can’t blatantly put the blame on people if they expect a superior camera in the device instead of the 5- megapixel thing packed on the rear, since they are paying such a large amount.

The primary reason for your attraction to this device might be its BlackBerry tag. Even though we are skeptical about the rationality behind such a motion, people are very much attracted to the uniqueness that the BlackBerry device carries.

The integral leather battery cover and custom theme are really exclusive. BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9981 is currently available only in the UK and in the Middle East.

Shortly, we can see its entry into the US market, in spite of all the oddness.

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