Anonymous, 09 Mar 2015does it use bisNote required for new devices, those are having blackberry 10 OS.
dulgemo, 11 Mar 2015Why no BlackBerry protect apps on BlackBerry Passport??Blackberry protect is their for blackberry10 OS but its role little changed. it wont save files like old OS.
you can get more info on www.blackberry.com/protect
biomako, 16 Mar 2015Pls. could anyone tell me whether it is possible to use the AT &T version of Blackberry p... moreI think, you need to ask AT&T, for this, as they in better position to tell than others.
Pls. could anyone tell me whether it is possible to use the AT &T version of Blackberry passport outside the US?
UDI, 08 Mar 2015BlackBerry , immediately need to release duel sim phones.But why you only use one network per given time. Dual sim is not professional neither inventive. Blackberry is professional and inventive.she must not copy useless stuff
I have Black berry Passport bought last week. All facilities are available in this handset and I love it. Only inconvenience the size to hold while talking and to carry safely. No belt pouch is available. This is the only model having such a big size.
Please help me why viber nor work?my os version 10.3.0.1154 if i update my devies can i use the viber?
mvirard, 09 Mar 2015Exceptionally well built. So far the best BB ever built. This is my 6th BB and my only reproac... moreI agree 100% with this, especially when you mention reliability as a bechmark for a tool. It's refreshing to hear. Let's go for QUALITY over 'BLING, for those makers who are strong enough.
Thanks for this.
Geoff adams uk.--
Exceptionally well built. So far the best BB ever built. This is my 6th BB and my only reproach is that it relies too much on touch gestures rather than the physical keyboard for critical actions such as answering a call. Touch gestures being far less reliable than physical keys, I believe that no critical function should ever be entrusted only to touch gestures. For example, should you wear latex gloves (a daily problem for a lot of people in health and food industries) you are out of luck. Emulating the worst ideas of the competition is not the way to go for BB, it should be to provide an absolutely reliable tool in all situations in most work environments.
I have one Passport for a few months now. I love this phone for several things:
1. It is exceptionally well built - no cheap plastics, it feels solid and expensive in the hand, materials are top quality.
2. Its OS is fast, intuitive (nothing to do with the first BBs) and doesn't fail - at least not my device up to now).
3. The battery lasts two days
4. The screen is amazing - I use the device for mails, texting, browsing mainly - it works perfectly.
In summary - a very well made phone, has all need from such a device: reliability, durability, top quality. I prefer it to my android device.