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  1. ofutur's Avatar
    And if your use case is attached storage?

    I'm wondering if the Passport will have more internal storage.

    Posted via CB10
    It seems BlackBerry is trying to do it all wirelessly using Miracast... The IoT...
    I didn't know Miracast supported that many peripherals.
    Miracast categories
    • Unknown
    • Computer
    • Input
    • PrinterCopierFaxOrScanner
    • Camera
    • Storage
    • NetworkInfrastructure
    • Display
    • Multimedia
    • Gaming
    • Telephone
    • Audio
    • Other

    Miracast sub-categories

    • Unknown
    • Keyboard
    • Mouse
    • Joystick
    • Trackball
    • GamingController
    • Remote
    • Touchscreen
    • BiometricReader
    • BarcodeReader
    • PrinterOrPrintServer
    • Scanner
    • Fax
    • Copier
    • AllInOne
    • DigitalStillCamera
    • VideoCamera
    • WebCamera
    • SecurityCamera
    • NAS
    • AP
    • Router
    • Switch
    • Gateway
    • Television
    • ElectronicPictureFrame
    • Projector
    • Monitor
    • DAR
    • PVR
    • MCX
    • SetTopBox
    • MediaServerAdapterOrExtender
    • PortableVideoPlayer
    • XBox
    • XBox360
    • PlayStation
    • GameConsoleOrConsoleAdapter
    • PortableGamingDevice
    • WindowsMobile
    • PhoneSingleMode
    • PhoneDualMode
    • SmartphoneSingleMode
    • SmartphoneDualMode
    • AudioTunerReceiver
    • Speakers
    • PortableMusicPlayer
    • Headset
    • Headphones
    • Microphone
    • PC
    • Server
    • MediaCenter
    • UltraMobilePC
    • Notebook
    • Desktop
    • MobileInternetDevice
    • Netbook
    • Tablet
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    06-26-14 11:06 AM
  2. Nharzhool's Avatar
    Good to hear. Looks like I will be grabbing the Ontario sometime around early next year. Though I do really want a Z30 as well. Might just grab the Z30 as well then.

    Wish my internet was better. You guys get to go through all the OS's before I can even download the damned things! Damn you, South Africa!
    06-26-14 04:39 PM
  3. mithrazor's Avatar
    Question is, can you Miracast to multiple things at once?

    Or is it like Wifi/wifi direct where you can only connect to one source at a time?

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    06-26-14 11:47 PM
  4. wout000's Avatar
    Funny you should mention this, I was just looking at a file and saw that their software controller supports the following codecs:
    • Opus
    • Celt
    • G711A
    • G711U


    Then I checked further and saw the Opus and Celt enc/decoder
    From BlackBerry?

    Posted via CB10
    06-27-14 01:19 AM
  5. ofutur's Avatar
    From BlackBerry?

    Posted via CB10
    From 10.3.0.700
    06-27-14 05:07 AM
  6. Tank1978's Avatar
    Good to hear. Looks like I will be grabbing the Ontario sometime around early next year. Though I do really want a Z30 as well. Might just grab the Z30 as well then.

    Wish my internet was better. You guys get to go through all the OS's before I can even download the damned things! Damn you, South Africa!
    Is their even an "Ontario," that we know to be releasing??

    Posted via CB10
    06-27-14 06:23 AM
  7. Tank1978's Avatar
    And, there is a 1920 x 1080 spotted in the os right?

    Posted via CB10
    06-27-14 01:15 PM
  8. eldricho's Avatar
    And if your use case is attached storage?

    I'm wondering if the Passport will have more internal storage.

    Posted via CB10
    Looks like it

    https://mobile.twitter.com/halobandi...96170318225408


    Updated model numbers and names-img_20140628_012831.png

    Posted via CB10
    06-28-14 12:28 AM
  9. thurask's Avatar
    And, there is a 1920 x 1080 spotted in the os right?

    Posted via CB10
    Intermittently, yes. Not as often as 1440x1440, so it appears to be on the back burner.

    By the way, I think the Passport models are broken down like this:

    SQW100-1 - ROW
    SQW100-2 - VZW
    SQW100-3 - NA

    Mostly because the SQW100-1 is apparently being certified in Indonesia. Still, it's good that there's not two NA GSM models.
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    06-28-14 01:13 PM
  10. ofutur's Avatar
    By the way, I think the Passport models are broken down like this:

    SQW100-1 - ROW
    SQW100-2 - VZW
    SQW100-3 - NA

    Mostly because the SQW100-1 is apparently being certified in Indonesia. Still, it's good that there's not two NA GSM models.
    Hmmm... I had something different

    • R132 - WindermereNA SQW100-1 NA
    • R133 - WindermereVzw SQW100-2 Verizon


    But in their radio profile, they have just one NA model with all the bands
    06-28-14 01:49 PM
  11. ealvnv's Avatar
    The GSM variant is for AT&T, testing is undergoing already with them and VZ, T-Mobile is out of the party at least for the Classic and Passport
    06-28-14 02:08 PM
  12. mas_quemex's Avatar
    Slider will be a ruthless serial killer of iCrap 6S, Burger 5.3,...

    Torch 9810 (4G) was a style icon !
    06-28-14 03:00 PM
  13. ChainPunch's Avatar
    The GSM variant is for AT&T, testing is undergoing already with them and VZ, T-Mobile is out of the party at least for the Classic and Passport
    I wonder by not having to create a device for T-mobile for carrier testing, did that speed up the developement time for the Classic and Passport.
    06-28-14 06:38 PM
  14. lawguyman's Avatar
    Does that mean that T-Mobile US bands are simply not available? I think the 1700 band is the key one for LTE.

    If so, that stinks.

    Posted via CB10
    06-28-14 08:51 PM
  15. peter0328's Avatar
    Does that mean that T-Mobile US bands are simply not available? I think the 1700 band is the key one for LTE.

    If so, that stinks.

    Posted via CB10
    Both AT&T and Verizon use Band 4 (AWS) for LTE in addition to T-Mobile.

    For T-Mobile, it is their only LTE frequency deployed.

    For Verizon it is their "XLTE" which will eventually be rolled out to the majority of their coverage area.

    For AT&T it is one of the 4 frequencies they roll out for LTE depending on their spectrum holdings in a specific market.

    So based on this info, both the Verizon and AT&T variants should also support T-Mobile LTE. In fact, T-Mobile currently uses the same spectrum as AT&T for their network so any AT&T device will have full T-Mobile compatibility except for AWS HSPA.

    Posted via CB10
    06-28-14 08:57 PM
  16. lawguyman's Avatar
    That's great news. I hope that you're right.

    I know there are issues with the Verizon Z30 not working for everyone on T-Mobile. I did not know that AT&T was now using the same LTE band as T-Mobile. I guess this is recent?

    Posted via CB10
    06-28-14 09:19 PM
  17. peter0328's Avatar
    That's great news. I hope that you're right.

    I know there are issues with the Verizon Z30 not working for everyone on T-Mobile. I did not know that AT&T was now using the same LTE band as T-Mobile. I guess this is recent?

    Posted via CB10
    Sorry just realized my post is a little confusing.

    T-Mobile refarmed their network to use the same frequencies at AT&T for all but LTE. AT&T uses Band 17 for their primary LTE frequency while T-Mobile uses Band 4. But AT&T actually uses 4 different frequencies depending on market for their LTE deployment. So part of fully supporting AT&T would mean that the phone would support all frequencies currently in use by T-Mobile with the exception of AWS HSPA.

    The Band 4 is not in most markets for AT&T. But it is one of the frequencies they are deploying so new devices should support it.

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    06-28-14 09:30 PM
  18. lawguyman's Avatar
    Thanks. It looks like AT&T will work.

    Posted via CB10
    06-28-14 09:45 PM
  19. ealvnv's Avatar
    BlackBerry very easily could add T-Mobile 's LTE band to the GSM variant
    06-29-14 02:05 AM
  20. Tank1978's Avatar
    Slider will be a ruthless serial killer of iCrap 6S, Burger 5.3,...

    Torch 9810 (4G) was a style icon !
    What slider?

    Posted via CB10
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    06-29-14 02:26 AM
  21. Ragbert's Avatar
    Thank you - that's exactly why I want OTG.
    And if your use case is attached storage?
    Posted with my Q10, SQN100-2, 10.2.1.2947/2274 Radio
    06-29-14 02:33 AM
  22. rjshahan's Avatar
    I wonder by not having to create a device for T-mobile for carrier testing, did that speed up the developement time for the Classic and Passport.
    It's doubtful if it sped up the development time, but it definitely reduced the development cost. Building a new variant device is an expensive and resource consuming process. This development is usually done in parallel for all variants so BlackBerry doesn't need as much development capacity going forward.

    Posted via CB10
    06-29-14 02:15 PM
  23. thurask's Avatar
    It's doubtful if it sped up the development time, but it definitely reduced the development cost. Building a new variant device is an expensive and resource consuming process. This development is usually done in parallel for all variants so BlackBerry doesn't need as much development capacity going forward.

    Posted via CB10
    Probably, although I don't know what was stopping them from just adding the AWS band to the standard North American model, allowing any GSM carrier in the USA and Canada to use it. AWS is the only difference between the SQN100-1/SQN100-5 and STL100-3 RFF91LW/RFK121LW. The Z30 situation is different but still avoidable.
    raino likes this.
    06-29-14 02:46 PM
  24. eldricho's Avatar
    Posted via CB10
    07-02-14 04:10 PM
  25. massiitaly's Avatar
    is it confirmed for the Passport to have 2.3+ GHz quad-core Krait 400 - Adreno 330?
    Thanks in advance
    07-04-14 03:29 AM
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