BlackBerry is taking a gamble on the square-screened Passport, but it's one that might pay off.

Now the phone's alleged full specs have leaked, according to N4BB, and it's clear that BlackBerry wants to leave as little to chance as possible when it comes to the Passport's success.

Even if users are initially put off by that boxy 4.5-inch 1,440 x 1,440 display, it's hard to argue with a pixel density of 453ppi, significantly more detailed than the iPhone 6 is rumored to be.

And a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip with 3GB of RAM - count 'em, three - ain't bad either.

Keep it coming

The BlackBerry site also says the Passport will have 32GB of storage with room for up to 64GB more via microSD, a 13-megapixel rear camera with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), LED flash and 1080p 60FPS video recording, a 2MP front camera, and a large (but non-removable) 3450mAh battery, plus NFC, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, HSPA+, LTE, and GSM.

The BB Passport's hardware reportedly sports physical volume up/down, power and mute buttons, not to mention the physical QWERTY keyboard BlackBerry diehards will love.

And that keyboard also doubles as a capacitive pad, letting users scroll, move cursors and more by swiping around on top of the physical keys.

BlackBerry already confirmed that the Passport will launch at an event in September, so watch out for more info next month.