03-16-15 05:10 PM
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  1. RezzaBuh's Avatar
    Almost but I think most addictive phone was Nokia N900. Truly personal computer. It was possible to run full blown Open Office on it!

    Posted via CB10 from my Passport
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    11-11-14 11:13 AM
  2. Adif_70's Avatar

    Posted with my 6 week old superb Passport!
    11-11-14 11:24 AM
  3. power5's Avatar
    Nope. My Motorola Razor was.

    Back in the day, when it was the ****. I'd spend hours flipping it open.

    That was the coolest thing that phone did though.

    Posted via CB10
    Yes, I used to practice the cool flip as well. I wanted it to be perfect when I was trying to impress a girl. Surprised how well that hinge was built.

    Most addictive so far has been my Note 3. My iphone 3g was okay, but it was before the app store got huge and games sucked back then. Actually I find 95% of game apps to suck. All are ad supported now and they are great only for the first few hours, then become impossible requiring in app purchases which I will not do. Not paying $0.49 for $200 canadough. (Southpark) Only reason my Note 3 has been the most addictive is because I was on WP7 before that and the app store was beyond worthless. Before that was the iphone 3g which was still an infant as well and data was so slow so streaming netflix was also not an option. Before that was my razor or some other dumb flip phone. Before that was my awesome pager. So due to my 2 year purchase plan the Note 3 is the most addictive because it has the most to use compared to all my previous phones. However, as with all phones, the honeymoon is over and I just use it for basics today. Email, text, email, text, check FB, check tapatalk, text, email, FB, text, text, text, some games, let kids now play some games since they saw me playing some games, text, text, email, FB......
    11-11-14 11:39 AM
  4. vinberry's Avatar
    Haha and I thought I was the only crazy one, the last time I was so hooked was when I got my bold 9000. The past 5 yrs was boring with Samsung, and honestly I wasn't expecting this kickass comeback frm RIM. Ah well just glad to be back in the crack, a happy passport-er frm Singapore.

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    11-12-14 09:50 AM
  5. scienceboy's Avatar
    May well be...

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    11-12-14 09:51 AM
  6. Joseph Sukits's Avatar
    Yes...this is by far the most interesting device I have ever owned. It is so refreshing to finally get my hands on a unique device after years of the same ol boring iPhone and Android offerings. A special....special phone.
    03-14-15 05:26 AM
  7. GLAT's Avatar
    What I find interesting about this phone is that I do not take it out of my pocket much. I'm afraid of dropping it or needing two hands...but I like it

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    03-14-15 06:30 AM
  8. Matt J's Avatar
    Yes. It's that beautiful keyboard.
    03-14-15 06:33 AM
  9. jpoq's Avatar
    I do not know if is addictive for me but I can say that with the Passport I do not postpone answering long mails till I get to my desk. With this phone is easy to write properly without much effort. Reading and browsing are a joy too.

    Posted via CB10 from Passport
    03-14-15 07:01 AM
  10. Viet Ton's Avatar
    No, it is not. I'm using my phone less frequently now but yes I'm doing more work on this phone.

    Posted via my BlackBerry Passport -
    03-14-15 07:07 AM
  11. maclaskey's Avatar
    My gosh yes!!!!!!

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    03-14-15 08:00 AM
  12. guinnsquirrel's Avatar
    Yes. Well almost. The most addictive device I owned was a Nokia E90!!

    BlackBerry Passport, UK (SQW100-1 /
    03-14-15 08:27 AM
  13. Smokeaire's Avatar
    Passport is my first Blackberry in over 5 years. I never felt that my many Android phones addictive. Now that I'm back to BlackBerry I think back and every BB phone I've had was and is more fun to use, and if you want to use the word "addictive" that's pretty accurate.
    I'll go one step further. I think all Blackberrys, past and present, are the best looking phones ever designed. Even though I have no use for the Classic I might just buy one in the future just to have. It would make a great backup if something were to happen to my Passport.

    Sent from my BlackBerry Passport
    Last edited by Smokeaire; 03-14-15 at 02:49 PM.
    03-14-15 10:20 AM
  14. divernan's Avatar

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    03-14-15 01:20 PM
  15. pboud_01's Avatar
    Absolutely. This phone rises to any given task and does so with style and an amazing physical keyboard.

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    03-14-15 11:18 PM
  16. isnuthin's Avatar
    I have an LG g3 and BlackBerry pp gotta say I get way more attention with the pp and use it way more

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    03-14-15 11:28 PM
  17. greatwiseone's Avatar
    Well, the thing is because of Blend (and Whatsapp web), I'm using my passport in my hand less (I'm still "using" it through Blend)).
    03-14-15 11:29 PM
  18. Dr_Vancouver's Avatar

    Posted via CB10 from my "phdesktop", the BlackBerry Passport
    03-14-15 11:44 PM
  19. broilator's Avatar
    Yes! Reading, typing/editing is so much more fun than on my previous devices (e.g. iPhone 3, 9900, Z10). And its design stands out from the crowd. Can't put it down for too long...

    Posted via my Passport
    03-15-15 12:10 AM
  20. huwit's Avatar
    Yes that thing is a beast and it looks and feels superior to all other phones out there.
    03-15-15 12:25 AM
  21. Overlake's Avatar
    Far from it. Least fav phone to date. Q10 takes cake.

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    03-15-15 12:53 AM
  22. Shashikantiyengar's Avatar
    03-15-15 02:26 AM
  23. Khoa Pham's Avatar
    Mine is the curve 8320. The first bb I 'd ever owned. Then the samsung note 2. And of course the pp in the 3rd place

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    03-15-15 03:10 AM
  24. rolojr1's Avatar
    Yes Passport awesomeness!!!!!

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    03-15-15 07:04 AM
  25. amateure's Avatar
    No. Definitely not. I love my passport. I left my laptop when I got my galaxy note 2 to do things I'm doing on the net and smaller tasks to do them on the phone. And still do with with even more pleasure and efficiency. It's a great phone love clearly everything about it. Love it people looking at it when I get it out of my pocket, last ones have been a guy from orange switzerland and a seller in mediamarkt(electronic store) in basel switzerland. The orange guy wanted to make me believe BlackBerry is dead and not worth buying a new job phone from them
    But even if the PP is ways better and light-years away from it my beloved nokia n900 was more addictive. Can't count how often I blew up the system playing around with it, how many hours I spend with my little Linux phone, how many nights I spend not sleeping on the forum giving help as an active member # nostalgia

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    03-15-15 07:04 AM
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