BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB)’s highly ambitious device the Passport has been popular among the users and is available in Black, White and Red color. Now, a 24K gold Blackberry Passport is also available for the buyers, who are dissatisfied with the available colors of the handset.

Gold plated Passport

BlackBerry Passport 24K gold plated version is released by Goldgenie, and is priced at £1,247.50 before taxes. The Passport device released by BlackBerry has been liked a lot by the Goldgenie team, and they have adorned it with Gold. The company is always ready to add its Midas touch to the modern technology. The gold BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) Passport device has same specifications as the original Passport.

The device is the only smartphone with a physical keyboard and the new keyboard is also touch-sensitive with intuitive features. The device is a masterpiece in itself with improved functionality and beautiful looks. “When the masters of mobile business productivity combine with the masters of luxury customization, it is bound to result in a masterpiece that is both functional and beautiful,” said Goldgenie.

The device has two more versions – Platinum and Rose gold. The former is priced at £1,330.83 while the latter at £1289.17.

BlackBerry Classic in Gold

Apart from Passport, Blackberry Classic too is available in Gold. The 24-karat gold version of the Classic is owned by Canadian rapper and BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) supporter Drake as informed by NB44. The phone has 24-karat gold plating around the edges, but not on the bottom edge and frets. The device has been priced at £1999 or a little over $3,500 Canadian.

BlackBerry devices though expensive, are lot less costly than many other devices that come with plating of gold, platinum and other such stuff. One such device was Nokia Arte 8800, which is the cheapest among the bunch of phones of its kind and is just a feature phone. The device has been priced for a whopping $134,000. The device designed by Peter Aloisson is an amazing piece of art. More than 600 pink and white diamonds can be found on this 18k white gold device. Last, BlackBerry device to get outfitted in such extravagance was a diamond-crusted Q10 worth $31000.