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Blackberry Passport 4G Mobile Phone Brand New Unlocked from Blackberry Direct Online Shop Black or White Delivered £246.34

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Brand New Unlocked Direct from the Official Blackberry Online Shop. For any stalwart Blackberry fans out there these are now priced to sell. You either like Blackberry or not if you do this could be t… Read More
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Brand New Unlocked Direct from the Official Blackberry Online Shop. For any stalwart Blackberry fans out there these are now priced to sell. You either like Blackberry or not if you do this could be the 4G Mobile for you.

30 Day Return policy

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

The accessories for Passport are also heavily discounted.

Support for Android apps and games from the Amazon Appstore

11.43cm square touch display

13 MP OIS camera

32 GB Internal storage

3450 mAh battery (Up to 30 hours battery life)

1440 x 1440 resolution, 453 PPI

1080p HD video recording at 60 fps

Corning Gorilla Glass 3
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23 Likes
God knows what they were smoking when they designed that monstrosity
14 Likes
New version due.
http://img15.deviantart.net/f297/i/2012/119/d/4/google_on_my_etch_a_sketch_by_pikajane-d3846dy.jpg
7 Likes
I carry two phones (well sometimes more) but I have a Galaxy S7 for personal (having come from a long line of iPhones) and this BlackBerry Passport for work. I was against it before I got one but having used it, that keyboard is just amazing for bashing out emails and messages with accuracy and speed, the phone software is efficient and power frugal (even better with that huge battery). It's well built and more practical than you might imagine. It won't be for everyone but before you knock it, you should try it and at this price it's very reasonable for what's on offer.

I tried the PRIV but it's massive and the slider makes it really hard to protect, plus the keyboard just isn't as good as the Passport or Classic.

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23 Likes #1
God knows what they were smoking when they designed that monstrosity
1 Like #2
finnmaccool
God knows what they were smoking when they designed that monstrosity

Probably Passepartout !!!
2 Likes #3
Ralph888
finnmaccool
God knows what they were smoking when they designed that monstrosity
Probably Passepartout !!!

https://youtu.be/eXH5UDFMHfE Bunch of stoners!

Edited By: arfawn on Sep 23, 2016 12:12
1 Like #4
this could be one of the last of the BB 10 phones

Hence why i wouldn't even purchase one unless it comes down to the price of a back up phone.
#5
blackberry? seriously? who use this brand these days??
2 Likes #6
Use BlackBerry priv full android marshmallow with a physical keyboard
2 Likes #7
trott3r
Use BlackBerry priv full android marshmallow with a physical keyboard

I'd love one of them.. Hoping for a price drop
14 Likes #8
New version due.
http://img15.deviantart.net/f297/i/2012/119/d/4/google_on_my_etch_a_sketch_by_pikajane-d3846dy.jpg
1 Like #9
Halfmad
trott3r
Use BlackBerry priv full android marshmallow with a physical keyboard
I'd love one of them.. Hoping for a price drop

The Blackberry Priv Unlocked Brand New is now on offer at £399 + del at Blackberry shop, if it were around the Passport price I would have no hesitation to buy! Perhaps in a few months. There was talk of making a version of Android Passport no BB 10, anything is possible, I do like the Passport screen width, its great for reading and doing figures, maybe not so good for watching movies.

Edited By: Ralph888 on Sep 23, 2016 13:47: info
2 Likes #10
I was going to purchase this last year but was put off because of the price and ended up buying a S7 Galaxy instead - it now still looks over priced - maybe if they brought it down to £100 people will start buying more
1 Like #11
I'm a big fan of BB10. Shame it's just not supported any more, it had a lot of potential. Best price I've seen for a passport anyway so voted hot.
1 Like #12
Waiting for the Priv price drop! BB passport, how is even still a thing?
2 Likes #13
I'd love one as a second phone....or maybe third...
2 Likes #14
Mate of mine has one and really rates it as a tool if you need a mobile device to work on. Not if your phone is a fashion accessory.
2 Likes #15
Shouldn't this be in a morgue somewhere :3
7 Likes #16
I carry two phones (well sometimes more) but I have a Galaxy S7 for personal (having come from a long line of iPhones) and this BlackBerry Passport for work. I was against it before I got one but having used it, that keyboard is just amazing for bashing out emails and messages with accuracy and speed, the phone software is efficient and power frugal (even better with that huge battery). It's well built and more practical than you might imagine. It won't be for everyone but before you knock it, you should try it and at this price it's very reasonable for what's on offer.

I tried the PRIV but it's massive and the slider makes it really hard to protect, plus the keyboard just isn't as good as the Passport or Classic.
1 Like #17
I thought the bottom of the picture was missing! what an ugly phone
1 Like #18
Agree with the above, Blackberry devices with keyboards are vastly superior to most of the competition when it comes to typing out e-mails.
#19
It's very sleek.....
#20
I had one, it was a lovely device and it looks pretty cool in my opinion and whilst the screen size and device size made email and websites very ergonomical it Made media consumption a nightmare, also whilst android apps were easily installed, a few key apps wouldn't install for me
#21
Wow do people still buy black berrys
1 Like #22
Would buy this before I bought any apple
2 Likes #23
I like Blackberry and Apple Pie!
#24
I've just tried an android phone after being a blackberry user for years. I spent 3 days with it and have just reurned it for a Passport.
Android was a nightmare, things you take for granted on a blackberry like 1 glace overview of new messages on multiple email accounts that comes as (get ready for this Android fans) STANDARD!!! I went on forums and just get told oh install multiple third parts email clients and you can get that. Well how about taking a phone out of the box and it doing all you need from the moment you turn it on?
Also you have to keep your android on all night to use the alarm? The whole thing reminds me of when a friend of mine was telling me how they didn't need copy and paste on their iPhone, you get used to what limitations are enforced on you. Now I'll admit the Passport looks fairly odd, but my word, productivity wise it is unreal. True it isn't for Youtube channel watchers and Facebook game freaks.
2 Likes #25
I have this phone, an android phone and an iphone 5. My other half has an 1phone 6s ( she cracked the screen ) and after seeing how good mine is has decided she wants a BB Passport so this offer is timely. It is hands down the best phone I have ever used ( and trust me I am a gadget junky!). The operating system is smooth as silk. Feature wise it is immense, I have barely scratched the surface, I can get and reply to my work emails/whatsapp/texts etc on my laptop/monitor via bb link, the battery life is excellent, when I sync my music files via the dreaded i-tunes it includes my playlists, blackberry blend/hub are awesome, it has a built in back up system, emails and texts are rapid due to the amazing predictive text system - I will never tire of flicking words up onto the screen via the keyboard ( doubles as a cursor ), it takes 128gb sd cards and I can sideload android via SNAP.

The looks can be divisive to say the least but I love it. It is solid, functional and in my eyes quite distinctive :p

I am seriously tempted to buy another as back-up..

Edited By: rcr100 on Sep 23, 2016 16:38
#26
whats app and Facebook support will be end in December for blackberry platforms
i wonder who on earth will buy these old time gadgets despite the fact people being cleaver to side load the play store and even download the android apps but not like the way they are on traditional android devices
#27
doooford
I've just tried an android phone after being a blackberry user for years. I spent 3 days with it and have just reurned it for a Passport.
Android was a nightmare, things you take for granted on a blackberry like 1 glace overview of new messages on multiple email accounts that comes as (get ready for this Android fans) STANDARD!!! I went on forums and just get told oh install multiple third parts email clients and you can get that. Well how about taking a phone out of the box and it doing all you need from the moment you turn it on?
Also you have to keep your android on all night to use the alarm? The whole thing reminds me of when a friend of mine was telling me how they didn't need copy and paste on their iPhone, you get used to what limitations are enforced on you. Now I'll admit the Passport looks fairly odd, but my word, productivity wise it is unreal. True it isn't for Youtube channel watchers and Facebook game freaks.
I use one app to look at my multiple email accounts - it's called Gmail. And it's standard
Passport also needs to be on for the Alarm.
I've got a Classic and I hate it.
2 Likes #28
I've just tried an android phone after being a blackberry user for years. I spent 3 days with it and have just reurned it for a Passport.
Android was a nightmare, things you take for granted on a blackberry like 1 glace overview of new messages on multiple email accounts that comes as (get ready for this Android fans) STANDARD!!! I went on forums and just get told oh install multiple third parts email clients and you can get that. Well how about taking a phone out of the box and it doing all you need from the moment you turn it on?
Also you have to keep your android on all night to use the alarm? The whole thing reminds me of when a friend of mine was telling me how they didn't need copy and paste on their iPhone, you get used to what limitations are enforced on you. Now I'll admit the Passport looks fairly odd, but my word, productivity wise it is unreal. True it isn't for Youtube channel watchers and Facebook game freaks.
#29
doooford
I've just tried an android phone after being a blackberry user for years. I spent 3 days with it and have just reurned it for a Passport.
Android was a nightmare, things you take for granted on a blackberry like 1 glace overview of new messages on multiple email accounts that comes as (get ready for this Android fans) STANDARD!!! I went on forums and just get told oh install multiple third parts email clients and you can get that. Well how about taking a phone out of the box and it doing all you need from the moment you turn it on?
Also you have to keep your android on all night to use the alarm? The whole thing reminds me of when a friend of mine was telling me how they didn't need copy and paste on their iPhone, you get used to what limitations are enforced on you. Now I'll admit the Passport looks fairly odd, but my word, productivity wise it is unreal. True it isn't for Youtube channel watchers and Facebook game freaks.

doooford
I've just tried an android phone after being a blackberry user for years. I spent 3 days with it and have just reurned it for a Passport.
Android was a nightmare, things you take for granted on a blackberry like 1 glace overview of new messages on multiple email accounts that comes as (get ready for this Android fans) STANDARD!!! I went on forums and just get told oh install multiple third parts email clients and you can get that. Well how about taking a phone out of the box and it doing all you need from the moment you turn it on?
Also you have to keep your android on all night to use the alarm? The whole thing reminds me of when a friend of mine was telling me how they didn't need copy and paste on their iPhone, you get used to what limitations are enforced on you. Now I'll admit the Passport looks fairly odd, but my word, productivity wise it is unreal. True it isn't for Youtube channel watchers and Facebook game freaks.


Well done Doooford.

Edited By: custardy on Sep 23, 2016 17:09
1 Like #30
Enjoying flick up words on my priv pkb. The BlackBerry Hub is great on this android BlackBerry with all messaging whether txt or email or other in one place
#31
I have an Android phone for personal use and a Black Berry Classic (keyboard and touch screen) for work. The Black Berry keyboard is ace, way more accurate than a touch screen pad, and the build quality is also great, but the OS is a mess, just doing simple things on it can be hard work.
#32
MMAbbasi
I was going to purchase this last year but was put off because of the price and ended up buying a S7 Galaxy instead - it now still looks over priced - maybe if they brought it down to £100 people will start buying more


so you bought s7 last year...hmmmm
#33
Having used a BlackBerry phone exclusively for about 10 years (7230 through to Z10, 9100 is still the greatest phone ever made) I was devastated when they dropped the keyboard and moved to iPhone, having picked up a very cheap second hand Q5 I've fallen in love with BB again, you cannot beat one it for messaging/emailing.

This is hot! Sadly it's too big for me, a modern day 9100 and I'd bite your hand off.
#34
the rumour is John Chen will shut hardware on the 28th. having said that BB10 is already dead - no development, no apps, no new phones.
#35
haha can't tell if blackberry is being sarcastic or the OP .. ?!

don't get me wrong, the market could do with phones that have more screen width* but this is just too far
#36
what does support for android apps even mean? does it run android and can you get android apps or NOT ??!
#37
they are finally coming out of the handset market completely in 2017, 2 or 3 models left (1 this year).
2 Likes #38
As someone who is non-biased to any brand but goes through a seriously high amount of phones, i'd say this: consider this purchase very, very, very carefully.

Blackberry's BB10 OS is dead in the water. Of course, this isn't official, but they have less than 1% of the marketshare. See here: http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2358108/blackberry-s-global-market-share-shrinks-to-less-than-one-percent

It's predicted to drop to 0.3% by 2018 https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2014-05-28/blackberry-market-share-to-fall-to-0-3-in-2018-idc-says

Essentially, BB10 is a dead OS at this point. There is a rumour that there will be ONE LAST update to the OS before it is officially dead. What does that mean? Well, it means that many app developers will cease to program for it, so you'll see apps pulled from the App Store and no new mainstream apps will hit the store.

Blackberry users have already been told to upgrade to an "iPhone, Android or Windows Phone" if they want to keep using WhatsApp: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/02/29/whatsapp-kills-blackberry-app-and-tells-owners-to-upgrade-their/

Honestly, in my non-biased opinion, buying a phone with BB10 on is pointless right now unless you have a damn good reason. Blackberry have made the Priv and DTEK50, both of which run on Android and receive monthly updates like the Nexus range, so if you have to have Blackberry, you'd be better running those.

It's a real shame because Blackberry used to be so good, but their innovation, or lack thereof and their reluctance to go to Android earlier has cost them greatly. I'm not voting either way, but as good as the battery may be, the OS is dead so once you buy the phone, just note that it will probably never change and any bugs will *NOT* be getting fixed.
#39
I agree, also its a 2.5 year old phone !!!!!!! Pahahah, seriously? and it looks like an actual BRICK. its way too wide* if it was 1-2cm less wide I would probably buy it, also the keyboard it too LOW. who came up with this crap? seriously, if it doesn't run android then whats the point?! or even Ios but I hate apple but just saying you'd be silly not to get one of the two largest app paltforms* unless ALL you do is email clients and text people and make calls, then sure buy it for Work

but i'm sorry a 2.5 year old phone at this standard should cost no more than £180 **
#40
If there is no support for this anymore I would buy this for £100 as a back up no more cos I like the phone as it is unusual shape/size

Edited By: umar on Sep 23, 2016 19:06: add

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