3) Only laptops have trackpads.
But the Passport has a trackpad built into the keyboard. It sounds crazy until you use it. The whole three-row keyboard is capacitive touch – up, down, left, right. This works for everything from scrolling through emails to scrolling through web pages.
4) A BlackBerry isn’t supposed to have access to too many applications or games, but the Passport has access to too many!
The Passport is marketed as a business phone, but with the Android run time and a quad-core processor, it can run thousands of games perfectly. There goes the business productivity!
5) A phone can’t possibly have all notifications and messages in one app, but the Passport does.
The feature called BlackBerry Hub has been around for over two years on BlackBerry OS 10.0, but it really shines on the wide Passport! In a nutshell, ALL messages and notifications are in one place – emails, phone calls, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Skype, etc. This capability doesn’t exist on any iOS or Android device.
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