At 0:30 the video says "you're greeted by a number of android homescreens"
me me me, 16 Oct 2014there are so many phones over 5". Do they fit in your pocket? Maybe if your pocket is lik... moreI had Lumia 1520. It was big. It fitted in my pocket no probes. Can't see why this wouldn't fit in mine either. Course if your a twink ,you may have a problem
Jeez my comment deleted really? Why? Because I said 90%+ of the readers here NEED to be able to use their phone one-handed because their daily commute involves hanging off the side of a train to work?
campbecw, 16 Oct 2014Good lord. Did you actually read the review? Did you go over the section about the keyboard? O... more"Hardware QWERTYs have always been a defining feature for the brand and the Passport is a move back towards what put them on the map. While it is a full QWERTY pad, it only has delete, enter, and space keys in addition, so all of your special symbols and numbers while typing are located on the bottom edge of the screen."
So you still have to use the on-screen keyboard.
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2014It doesnn't even have a dot or coma. Tell me what good is the keyboard for? You can't chat, yo... moreGood lord. Did you actually read the review? Did you go over the section about the keyboard? Of course there is punctuation. *facepalm*
I just want to highlight that I found no flaws in your review, except maybe one: you noted the the browser has no incognito mode. I believe you mean the sort of private browsing that exists in, say, Firefox. If that is indeed what you mean, then you'll be happy to know that such a mode does exist in the browsers settings menu.
Other than that, easily the most thorough and objective review I've read yet. Thanks!
AdamBoy64, 16 Oct 2014uh, what?It doesnn't even have a dot or coma. Tell me what good is the keyboard for? You can't chat, you can't write mails, you can't login to a site,, pretty much you can't do anything with it. Not to mention the keys look too small to be comfortable enough anyway. A QWERTY phone made to be used with the on-screen keyboard... Another "brilliant" idea, typical for the modern insanity.
Good to have you back you back indeed, #Blackberry! And in an execellent fashion with #BlackberryPassport!
Great job #TeamBlackberry! #KeepMovingForward #BlackberryPhilippines #BlackberryForever
I love this phone very much after one week using it. Make me more productive. Trust me.
People comments here that, the width of the phone is not acceptable. But if you compare with Z Ultra, The Width is lesser than Z Ultra and Z Ultra is ~5cm taller than this.
Yet another idiocracy phone that doesn't make sense (Seemingly it's different, but then you notice the details that make it yet another device for people with no brain). They put a qwerty and then made it useless by putting only 3 rows and "forgetting" the number keys.
Of course, the non-removable battery is the mandatory "premium" "feature".
The BlackBerry 10 browser is the fastest browser among all the major mobile operating systems. I do not know how GSM Arena came to a different conclusion.
AnonD-79632, 15 Oct 2014Yes nice imporvement Blackberry but........This device doesnt fit in a pocket so why would i b... moreHave you tried putting this phone in your pocket? I have mine in my pocket daily with no issues at all.