1. zach007's Avatar
    I switched from a iPhone X. Have used the Passport and lots of other BB in the past. While not a fan of Android as I don't trust it's security as much as Apple I do appreciate BB angle on it and the email for BB is just so superior to IPhone email which for business is awful especially when searching for emails.

    I love the size of the K2, I love the screen it looks great. The keyboard is great much better than the K1 for sure and while the spacebar is clicky and feels loose I sure like fingerprint over that awful faceunlock on the iPhone.

    Speaker seems a bit better than K1, not at all as good as iPhone, camera is OK but not awful like I have read in some places.

    Battery is of course amazing, calling in for a conference call and having the pin# automatically come up is another plus over an iPhone.

    Really if you work in a business and think of your phone as a tool it's the best one I have used. If you just use it to consume media and such Stick with an iPhone.

    I don't have any issues I have read about, got mine at Rogers in Canada two weeks back for $750 or so. I'm thrilled with it and if your doing business with it you will be too.
    08-12-18 05:53 PM
  2. RWIndiana's Avatar
    Thanks for the review. Did you also have the KEYone Before your iPhone? if so, what made you give that up for the iPhone?
    08-12-18 09:41 PM
  3. RK_BB's Avatar
    The best BlackBerry device ever made, hands down. (IMO Of Course).
    08-12-18 10:46 PM
  4. mralgi's Avatar
    Thanks for the review. Did you also have the KEYone Before your iPhone? if so, what made you give that up for the iPhone?
    Going to interrupt here. I had an unlocked KeyOne before an iPhone and swapped due to the poor call quality and reception. In my experience, that has been fixed with the Key2.
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    08-12-18 10:59 PM
  5. rx7outkast's Avatar
    The best BlackBerry device ever made, hands down. (IMO Of Course).
    I still consider the Passport the G.O.A.T. in terms of phones, BlackBerry or otherwise. With that said, I just couldn't get past what I view as the failings of the Key2..."clicky" spacebar, balky fingerprint reader, the TERRIBLE standard Google Dialer with the button that follows you throughout the OS when you're on a call, the subpar camera. Just inexcusable oversights in a $650 phone. I returned mine in favor of the recently discounted Huawei Mate 10 Pro that, frankly, blows the Key2 away in most respects. Alas, I still miss my physical keyboard. Maybe they can lure me back with the Key3?
    08-12-18 11:09 PM
  6. chrispmoto's Avatar
    So torn, reading how good this phone is for "business" and not so good for media, well I am the opposite, I do more media than business, but I still crave a new Keytwo, but only if the camera is improved.
    08-12-18 11:10 PM
  7. AhabSnake's Avatar
    would you get more media on screen time with the key2 than an iphone, since it has a smaller screen?
    08-12-18 11:20 PM
  8. the_boon's Avatar
    would you get more media on screen time with the key2 than an iphone, since it has a smaller screen?
    You mean bigger battery and smaller screen
    08-13-18 03:41 AM
  9. zach007's Avatar
    Thanks for the review. Did you also have the KEYone Before your iPhone? if so, what made you give that up for the iPhone?
    I did but the call quality was not great which seems to be fixed now.
    08-13-18 08:27 PM
  10. zach007's Avatar
    I love keyboards but seriously if your into media consumption I'm not using a K2. I use an iPad to watch media. To read articles the K2 capacitive keyboard can't be beat.
    08-13-18 08:30 PM
  11. Crusader03's Avatar
    Going to interrupt here. I had an unlocked KeyOne before an iPhone and swapped due to the poor call quality and reception. In my experience, that has been fixed with the Key2.
    Are you in the UK by the way? I think I know you from a car club forum. Could be wrong. Cheers,
    08-13-18 09:29 PM
  12. Sinserli's Avatar
    I switched from a iPhone X. Have used the Passport and lots of other BB in the past. While not a fan of Android as I don't trust it's security as much as Apple I do appreciate BB angle on it and the email for BB is just so superior to IPhone email which for business is awful especially when searching for emails.

    I love the size of the K2, I love the screen it looks great. The keyboard is great much better than the K1 for sure and while the spacebar is clicky and feels loose I sure like fingerprint over that awful faceunlock on the iPhone.

    Speaker seems a bit better than K1, not at all as good as iPhone, camera is OK but not awful like I have read in some places.

    Battery is of course amazing, calling in for a conference call and having the pin# automatically come up is another plus over an iPhone.

    Really if you work in a business and think of your phone as a tool it's the best one I have used. If you just use it to consume media and such Stick with an iPhone.

    I don't have any issues I have read about, got mine at Rogers in Canada two weeks back for $750 or so. I'm thrilled with it and if your doing business with it you will be too.
    Thanks for your report.

    Have you already tried wifi calling with whatsapp? If yes is it that good as iPhoneX? I'm asking because it's my main communication media.
    Yesterday 10:36 AM

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