Blackberry has always catered to a more business-like market and that hasn’t changed a bit even with the iPhone invasion of recent years. That’s why when they were looking to partner with an automaker that shared their same market, they found the perfect one in Porsche.
Together, the two companies have collaborated on a new phone called the P’9981 Blackberry Smartphone. Featuring all the standard elements of a high-luxury smartphone, the P’9981 comes with a forged stainless steel frame with a hand-wrapped leather back cover. The QWERTY keyboard set-up makes for an ergonomic profile that’s both handy and easy-to-use.
The P’9981 also features plenty of snazzy features, including a 1.2 GHz processor, HD video recording, 24-bit high resolution graphics, augmented reality applications, Liquid Graphics technology, Blackberry 7 OS, The Porsche Neat Field Communications system, and an 8-GB on-board memory that can be expanded to 40GB with the use of a micro SD card.
Needless to say, the Porsche Design P’9881 Blackberry Smartphone will cost you more than just your typical Blackberry. How much more? There’s no telling, although don’t be surprised if it costs double considering that it passed through the hands of Porsche.