Eske Rahn, 26 Sep 2014How can you call the passport a "phone"?? A tablet with phone functions perhaps. ... moreAny phone above 4.5 is impossible to use by one hand . If you want one hand phone buy z10 or iPhone 5s
With the Passport and the soon to be announced Classic, I think BlackBerry is well on it's way back to reclaim market share especially within the enterprise markets. The Passport is a very nice device. It is as what they want at BB, focus more on the enterprise market again with business phones, like the Passport and Classic, and next to those phones a successor for the Z30 in 2015.
khan.sameer, 26 Sep 2014blackberry went down at first only because of the ecosystem, had they made it better or switch... moreThey cant just abandon Blackberry OS like that.. They should've just made it better. Which they did in BB10 OS. Its some way better, but it still lack the things most people are lookin for nowadays - applications.
And yes, Im aware that you can sideload Android Apps in BBOS10. But really, not everyone knows that, or how to do that.
Anyway, its a good news for BlackBerry. Hope it will continue.
This a good new for Blackberry Good job!
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blackberry went down at first only because of the ecosystem, had they made it better or switched to the android platform this would not have been the case as it is today,
More than enterprise they need to understand SMB segment which is growing exponentially! Large enterprises are becoming thing of the past. Google has successfully addressed this area, Microsoft is in the catching up! They need to come with more affordable cloud solutions completely integrated with devices. Nice showing by Chen
How can you call the passport a "phone"??
A tablet with phone functions perhaps. Or an extremely wide phablet....
Using it as a phone would be like holding a normal phone with one hand in landscape... it is over 9cm wide!!!