1. David Theado's Avatar
    Although I don't actually use it as my phone anymore, use my Priv for that... the passport continues to impress me. I basically just use it as a small tablet /quasi laptop at home via WiFi. I use it for the majority of my work email and some personal email. Editing docs/pdfs etc.. Web browsing etc. It is so efficient and well thought out. The keyboard imo is the best ever, the form factor Rocks, the speakers are kickass for music or Go-to meeting Web calls. All this despite being an old non supported device. I can only imagine how good it would still be if there was atleast some sort of ongoing support. Oh... and this thing is like a tank...and one of the best looking phones ever imo...

    on the road with my BlackBerry
    coffee-turtle likes this.
    07-19-17 03:00 PM
  2. coffee-turtle's Avatar
    Although I don't actually use it as my phone anymore, use my Priv for that... the passport continues to impress me. I basically just use it as a small tablet /quasi laptop at home via WiFi. I use it for the majority of my work email and some personal email. Editing docs/pdfs etc.. Web browsing etc. It is so efficient and well thought out. The keyboard imo is the best ever, the form factor Rocks, the speakers are kickass for music or Go-to meeting Web calls. All this despite being an old non supported device. I can only imagine how good it would still be if there was atleast some sort of ongoing support. Oh... and this thing is like a tank...and one of the best looking phones ever imo...

    on the road with my BlackBerry
    Agreed! I cannot really add any more to what you said.
    If you did the Cobalt Google install, it gave you access to three App Stores (BlackBerry World, Amazon App Store, and Google's Play Store) all smooth integration.
    07-19-17 03:17 PM
  3. David Theado's Avatar
    Yep.. have the playstore installed as well... does the job. True not all the apps work as they should (or at all)... but most of the basics I use work great. I like my Priv and all... especially the looks, but it lacks the heft and solid feel of the passport.

    on the road with my BlackBerry
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    07-19-17 03:24 PM

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