True to its name, the BlackBerry Passport has been traveling the world since its launch events in Toronto, London and Dubai, surprising and delighting users the world over with a package that reviewers say “demands attention,” combining cutting-edge tech with peerless mobile productivity features.
Designed from the ground-up to break the mold, the BlackBerry Passport’s 1,440 x 1,440 ppi screen is a window into a world where every action item gets crossed off the list, every call is crystal clear and every message is communicated as intended – be it text, email, memo or manuscript.
Yeah, there are a lot of reviews from publications all over the world, so I decided to put the crème de la crème together in an easy-to-share SlideShare presentation comprised of excerpts from 16 reviews. Just click on the hyperlinked publication at the bottom of each quote for the full review from the original site.
If you’re still sitting on the fence after reading those reviews, then consider this:
The BlackBerry Passport has the best mixed runtime among ALL rivals* – just take a look at this data, that we will be featuring in a coming infographic:
|BlackBerry Passport||30 hours|
|Samsung Galaxy S5||23 hours|
|iPhone 6||21 hours|
|iPhone 6 Plus||25 hours|
(*Based on third-party lab testing sponsored by BlackBerry, under 4G and 3G wireless conditions, using a mixed-usage profile. Results will vary by carrier and network conditions.)
Ready to make the jump? You can get your factory-unlocked BlackBerry Passport from ShopBlackBerry.com at these links:
…and at Amazon HERE, with AT&T offering it for $649.99 unsubsidized or $199.99 with a 2-year contract. The BlackBerry Passport is also available in Canada via Rogers for $249 and Telus (for as low as $150 up front) and other carriers.
For those outside the North American market, you can get your BlackBerry Passport directly from us at our global shopping portal HERE.
(Check with your local carrier for device compatibility)
Until then, see what these 16 reviewers had to say, and tell us what you think of the BlackBerry Passport!