Its possible to replace a battery for Q10, but not possible with BB passport..
Too bad battery is non-removable, If your battery is gone (like I had with my Q10) then you have to buy new phone :/
Hi Guys, I am currently having the BlackBerry Passport and looking to buy an additional phone beside the passport, selecting between the Priv and the I Phone 6S plus? Please advise which one should I buy. Thank you
Just a little smaller,lighter,slimmer, and capable of 2 sim cards would be the awesome phone.
Device is on Marshmallow and is like a Nexus phone. Beautiful pictures and no bloat.
AnonD-61639, 02 Jun 2016could be better if it had water resistant technology Who cares. You ain't going swimming with a business grade phone.
zee, 06 Jun 2016hi do we need to go for blackberry packages only or can we go for normal data internet.Are you insane. The need for separate Internet plans was long gone with the introduction of BB OS10. Plus this is an android phone. Consider This as a premium build Nexus not a cheap nexus toy
Blackberry Priv now on sale in Usa well worth the price 375$ usd http://www.gsmarena.com/postcomment.php3?idNews=18780
some body help me . with what charger you get the 60 percent in 30 min . i have tried with samsung fast charger and ust can rich 30 percent in 30 min please answer me : email: email@example.com
jupiter, 24 Apr 2016Hi, No Priv's OS is Android. it can't be run on Blachberry OS.Harry wanted to know *why* the Priv ran on Android. He already knew it didn't run on BBOS10.
AnonD-97789, 03 Jun 2016Hey guys can anyone post opinion about blackberry priv after recent updates regarding battery ... moreNo heating issues, if you DON'T connect to 2G. Connect to 4G.3G and NOT 4G.3G.2G.
I think you should have read about the Priv before complaining about easily solvable issues. The heating is something known about, and the solution is simple - turn off the 2G. So Instead of 4G.3G.2G, you'd only connect to 4G.3G. No more overheating. Anyway, who uses 2G anymore, unless you're in a country with no 4G and poor 3G?
Blackberry Priv is the closest thing you ll get to a Nexus phone. No bloatware like other Android phones. If you want to use Blackberry productivity apps you can otherwise you can switch them off and Voila. PURE Android heaven
I switched from a passport to this Priv, because the passport had been replaced 3 times by a faulty SIM card holder (i guess it has something to do with the sim cards, but those had been replaced also, nevertheless..)
The passport was my first BB and i just loved it, very strong and fast, amazing battery life..
The Priv is just another android phone, with all of the android sickness. Ofcourse you can install all of the android apps but do i really want that? no, not me. I want it to work .
I have this phone for a few months and i havent typed 4 sentences with the hardware keyboard. It's just not good. garbage compared to the passport.
Camera, well it just sucks also;
Build quality is also poor.
I'm not saying i'm totally going to give up on this phone. It has some lag now and then but no that often. It does get hot at longer use and then the battery drains at at least 1% per minute.
My next phone will be another passport. that's for sure.