Love the idea of BlackBerry's extra-wide Passport, but wish its ergonomics were a little better suited to your hands and pockets? You'll want to pick up the newly announced AT&T version, then. This first (and only, since it's exclusive) US carrier model both rounds off the corners and adds a more pronounced chin that could make it easier to type -- sadly, though, this doesn't bring a fourth row of hardware keys. It's otherwise the same oddball BlackBerry you've come to know, including that signature square 4.5-inch display, a reasonably speedy Snapdragon 801 processor, 32GB of storage, a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front cam. AT&T hasn't pinpointed an exact release date, but its Passport will be available for $200 on-contract, $22 per month on a Next 24 plan or $650 up front.