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BlackBerry Passport review: For every benefit, there’s a compromise

14/10/2014

This isn’t a straight-forward review. If it was any other phone, I’d set it up, connect my usual accounts and go about my business (...)
This isn’t a straight-forward review. If it was any other phone, I’d set it up, connect my usual accounts and go about my business of using it as much as possible, as with any review. However, and while this isn’t going to be a long moan about a lack of apps, I can’t do that with the Passport. Nor do I work for an organization tied to BlackBerry’s BES services either, so there’s no chance to test out things like BlackBerry Balance or corporate email; for all intents and purposes, I’m a pretty average consumer user in this scenario. That’s... This story continues at The Next Web The post BlackBerry Passport review: For every benefit, there’s a compromise appeared first on The Next Web. This isn’t a straight-forward review. If it was any other phone, I’d set it up, connect my usual accounts and go about my business of using it as much as possible, as with any review. However, and while this isn’t going to be a long moan about a lack of apps, I can’t do that with the Passport. Nor do I work for an organization tied to BlackBerry’s BES services either, so there’s no chance to test out things like BlackBerry Balance or corporate email; for all intents and purposes, I’m a pretty average consumer user in this scenario. That’s... This story continues at The Next Web The post BlackBerry Passport review: For every benefit, there’s a compromise appeared first on The Next Web.
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