BlackBerry Passport review: Ticket to ride

15 October 2014
Canadian manufacturer BlackBerry looks to bring its no-nonsense smartphone approach in a form factor that is…unusual, to say the least. It’s a company that's no stranger lately to being in the red for quarters on end and the Passport is yet another attempt by...

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  • Dave Granger

Anonymous, 15 Oct 2014What's the deal with one handed use aswell. Don't most peop... moreSidestepping the obvious jokes about onanism, I agree entirely, I've always used my phone two-handed, even when phones were small.

  • iserp

You should point out that being a square display, 4.5 inches is actually the same size as the 5.7 inch display of the galaxy note.

  • Anonymous

M and M, 15 Oct 2014A ridiculous attempt by a strictly square manufacturer to t... moreAll touch doesn't come close to the typing experience of a hardware qwerty

A ridiculous attempt by a strictly square manufacturer to think outside the box. Go home BB, you're drunk, the times of big screen+keyboard are gone; we've seen it, enjoyed it and moved along because it was just a temporary compromise towards all-touch.

  • Anonymous

What's the deal with one handed use aswell. Don't most people have two hands. The only time I need to use one handed is when I'm driving.

  • Anonymous

I'll be waiting a couple of months till I can get one off eBay for about £350, then I'll be getting one