A fresh batch of photos for BlackBerry Passport has leaked offering a sneak peek of the upcoming smartphone by the Canadian manufacturer.

Past leaks have provided several clues about the features of the BlackBerry Passport.

The new leaked version comes from CrackBerry via a forum member, who claims to have been tipped off by the person testing the BlackBerry Passport for a local carrier. The member even spent some time with the new BlackBerry model and revealed its hardware specifications.

The handset, as the member notes, features an impressive design build with steel frames. Inside, there is a 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, which will integrate an Adreno 330 graphics unit clocked at 450 MHz. Besides, the smartphone is expected to pack a 3GB RAM.

It will offer 32GB internal storage and support microSD card for storage expansion. The handset will sport a 13 megapixel rear camera with five optical elements, maximum aperture of f/20 and recording capability of 60fps full HD video.

The report further suggests that the BlackBerry Passport will sport a 4.5in screen with resolution measuring 1440 x 1440 pixels with pixel density at 453. The handset will use a monstrous battery of 3450mAh that is expected to run for 19 hours including eight hours of standby.

The device is expected to be rolled out in October with a price tag of 16,000 CZK (approximately £458). Check out the leaked photos of BlackBerry Passport below.