BlackBerry Passport goes on Sale in the US, UK and Canada Today

Techprezz: BlackBerry's most anticipated smartphone, Passport is being released today and goes on sale in Canada first. The smartphone will be available from Canadian carrier Telus. You can grab yours at $200 with two-year contract till October 1 and $250 after that.

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JamshiJack1365d ago

The device looks nice but are there still people who would choose a QWERTY over fully touchscreen devices??

Crazay1365d ago

I work with a bunch of people who prefer the keyboard.

JamshiJack1365d ago (Edited 1365d ago )

@Crazay that is interesting, so there is still some hope left for the company. I think people would buy QWERTY devices if they offer it with competitive specs at affordable price...

Crazay1365d ago (Edited 1365d ago )

As a handset manufacturer, I would say they have little to no hope to be completely and brutally honest unless MAYBE they overhauled the OS again or started putting Android on their units.
BB10 sucks.

I hate it and the people who like QWERTY and were on BB10 on brand new phones asked to go back to their old curves and Bolds within a month. It's just not intuitive enough for some of the older school people.

Trunkz Jr1364d ago

To be honest, I don't think there are as many QWERTY users as they think there are, a slice of them have already converted, and as for buying unlocked, nobody is going to pay $599-$699 for that when they can get a better phone for the same price.

They get an A+ for effort, but will get an F when it comes to sales.

SojournUK1364d ago

Nail in RIMs coffin, specs are pretty good but that handset design is so 10 years ago.

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