Blackberry Passport Review

By Team Digit | Publish on 28-Oct-14
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The Blackberry Passport has great specs, a display of fantastic quality and solid build quality but it feels like a novelty device and not one for mainstream consumption. The Passport is uncomfortable to use and not meant for anyone apart from hardcore Blackberry fans. t will be very difficult to find someone who’s envious of Blackberry’s current state in the market. The former mobility giant is a shadow of its former self and has seen its market share erode almost continuously since the advent of touchscreen smartphones. However, one thing you can’t blame Blackberry of being is complacent. The Canadian phone manufacturer has constantly tried to innovate and experiment with device types, form factors and operating systems that try their very best to marry the best of the productivity world with the touchscreen world. The Blackberry Passport is emblematic of the ‘new’ Blackberry’s strategy to pivot back to focusing on productivity users and to be ‘unconventional’ and ‘disruptive’. The Passport ignores what is now considered standard for smartphones- a candy bar design, a large 16:9 screen and no physical keyboard. As a result, the Passport is unlike any smartphone in the market both in terms of looks and usability. Let’s see if the changes make sense. - See more at: - See more at:

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