BlackBerry has unveiled a new square-shaped smartphone.
The Passport, which costs £529, has a 4.5 in square touchscreen and a "touch-enabled keyboard".
BlackBerry claims the device will make tasks such as reading and writing emails, browsing the web and navigating maps, easier while the physical "qwerty" keyboard doubles as a touch-sensitive swipe pad.
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By: Alok Jha - ITV News Science Correspondent
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As Rik Henderson wrote for Pocket Lint: "Don't put a 5.5-inch superthin phone in your back pocket, no matter whether it is made by Apple, Samsung or any other manufacturer.
“You wouldn't put your glasses in your back pocket would you? And they probably cost less.”
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