I have always yearned for a Blackberry phone. And then, I finally got to purchase the Blackberry Passport- a premium smartphone that boasts of some amazing features and a unique built. Though I didn't like the phone at the very first glance, I finally bought it after reading a lot of positive reviews. Here’s my review about the new Blackberry Passport phone:
DESIGN & DISPLAY:
The Blackberry Passport smartphone looks a bit weird, due to its unique built. It features a refined design, with a reinforced stainless steel frame and diamond pattern soft touch back. It packs a 4.5-inch IPS LCD screen, along with a resolution of 1440×1440 pixels. The display boasts of incredible viewing angles, along with bright colour contrast. The reason behind the square-type design is it's 1:1 aspect ratio that lets users get an optimized reading experience.
The device is powered by 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and 3GB of RAM. The Blackberry Passport is a fantastic phone, in terms of performance. It's quick, responsive and smooth while multi-tasking. And so far, I haven't faced any lag or delay in its performance. In one word, the Blackberry Passport is a solid performer.
It packs a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. During camera test, I clicked pictures under different light conditions. The image quality was quite good under most conditions. Especially, pics captured under bright light were crisp and full of color.
The phone packs a 3450 mAH non-removable battery that lasted for almost two days, with moderate use. The battery back-up is excellent. I am quite impressed with its long-running battery since I travel a lot and hardly get time to charge my phone.
It comes with 32 GB internal storage and supports microSD card slots of up to 128GB for expansion.
The Blackberry Passport may look very different, but it is a killer device. It's fun, easy-to-use and lovely. If you're looking for sharp display and high-end performance, look no further than the Blackberry Passport.