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Use this Spigen Magnetic Clip to keep your OEM Leather Flip Case closed

You may recall, back in December, I reviewed the OEM Leather Flip case for the BlackBerry Passport. It was not a case I was going to use again as I wasn't happy with it. The case was made with good quality but it was just a bit stiff that it didn't close properly and that was my main gripe....

The SIM free BlackBerry Passport gets a discount in the UK for a limited time

If you're considering picking up the BlackBerry Passport and are going down the SIM free route, now would be a good time to make your purchase. UK online retailer Clove have reduced the price of the Passport by £55 which is certainly a nice saving. This means you can get either the black or white...
Limited Edition Black & Gold BlackBerry Passport

Limited Edition Black & Gold BlackBerry Passports have started arriving

When BlackBerry announced the black and gold BlackBerry Passport, there were only 50 available, truly making it a limited edition device. Those 50 were snatched up pretty quickly and shipped out just as fast as they've now started arriving at buyers' doors. Folks in the forums have been asking...
BlackBerry Passport part of Amazon India Lightning Deals

BlackBerry Passport part of Amazon India Lightning Deals, pricing dropped for a limited time

If you live in India and are looking to grab a good deal on a BlackBerry Passport, Amazon has now placed the device on their site as part of their Lightning Deals. The listing drops pricing on the BlackBerry to Rs. 41,830.00 which is a savings of Rs. 8,160.00 (16%) but it's only good for the next...

Do you own a BlackBerry Passport? Tell us why you love it!

Since the release of the BlackBerry Passport, we've heard plenty of testimonials as to why people love their BlackBerry Passport. On Amazon, in forum posts, in device reviews and more. BlackBerry has now put together a video sharing some of what people are saying about their BlackBerry Passport...
AT&T BlackBerry Passport passes through the FCC

AT&T BlackBerry Passport passes through the FCC

In some slightly obvious but still somewhat surprising news, the AT&T BlackBerry Passport has just now slid through the FCC. Despite being announced at CES 2015, the actual submission to the FCC for the AT&T specific BlackBerry Passport was only submitted on January 7th, 2015. The next...
Gold BlackBerry Passport

Limited Edition Black & Gold BlackBerry Passport on sale now for $899 [Update: It's sold out]

Update: It's not exactly a shock, but it appears that BlackBerry has now sold out of its limited edition Black & Gold BlackBerry Passport just a couple of hours after it went on sale. Original story: As previously rumored. BlackBerry has started selling a limited edition version of its...

Official Limited Edition gold and black BlackBerry Passport looks to be arriving soon

While we've seen several luxury retailers hop into mix willing to customize your BlackBerry Passport with some gold trim, BlackBerry themselves have yet to offer such a thing but that might soon be changing. According to a new listing on the ShopBlackBerry Canada website, a limited edition gold...
Get $100 off a red BlackBerry Passport for a limited time!

Get $100 off a red BlackBerry Passport for a limited time!

Looking for a good deal on a red BlackBerry Passport? Head on over to ShopBlackBerry and pick one up for $100 off, bringing the cost down to $599. This deal is only running today from now until midnight EST. That's right, this sale ends just a little under 6 hours from now so if you're interested...

Most BlackBerry Passport owners use a combination of the display and keyboard for scrolling

I recently threw out the question to you BlackBerry Passport owners of 'How do you scroll', as over the past few months I've found myself using the Passport's display to scroll rather than utilizing the magical powers that are in the hardware keyboard, which also allows for scrolling. It's...
The Stilgut Leather Flip Case is an elegant way to carry your BlackBerry Passport in

The Stilgut Leather Flip Case is an elegant way to carry your BlackBerry Passport

I'm quite partial to leather flip cases on my BlackBerry 10 smartphones, ever since I got a red one for the BlackBerry Z10. Back in November 2014, I reviewed the OEM leather flip case for the BlackBerry Passport and while it was pretty good quality and well made, there were more negatives for...
Which BlackBerry Passport version do you prefer? Rounded off or orignal square

Which BlackBerry Passport version do you prefer? AT&T redesign or original square

Seeing as how the CrackBerry Forums have been busy debating the question, we figured we should put up a poll asking the rather obvious question as well. Now that there is the AT&T rounded off version and the original squared off version, which version does everyone out there actually prefer?...
AT&T BlackBerry Passport

Hands-on with AT&T's redesigned BlackBerry Passport

There's a new BlackBerry Passport in town, and it's meant for AT&T's network. The phone sports a redesigned case on the outside, but on the inside is for all intents and purposes identical. But why a new design? Because AT&T wanted it that way. Here it is compared to the standard...
BlackBerry Passport for AT&T

BlackBerry Classic and exclusive Passport confirmed for AT&T

Today at CES AT&T confirmed they'd be carrying the BlackBerry Passport and the BlackBerry Classic for $649.99 and $419.99 off-contract, respectively. You'll be able to snag the Passport for $199.99 and Classic for $49.99 with a two-year commitment, or $0 if you go with installments on...

CrackBerry Asks: BlackBerry Passport owners - How do you scroll?

I've owned my BlackBerry Passport for a good few months now and it was only the other day that I realized that I very rarely take advantage of the scrolling gestures available on the Passport keyboard. Sure, I sometimes flick a predicted word into place when typing but I'm really talking about...
The ultimate BlackBerry hater is back and taking aim at the BlackBerry Passport

The ultimate BlackBerry hater is back and taking aim at the BlackBerry Passport

The ultimate BlackBerry hater is back and this time around, he has taken aim at the BlackBerry Passport. J. Caloy has dropped a new video on YouTube where he reviews the BlackBerry Passport and well, it's just too much phone for him. The battery life is too good, the apps open too fast and the...

End of Year Sale: 20% off all BlackBerry accessories!

We're wrapping up 2014 by extending a 20% savings on all BlackBerry accessories until midnight December 31! With plenty of new products to choose from for popular devices like the BlackBerry Passport, BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Classic and BlackBerry Q10, you can definitely get the best bang for...

The virtual keyboard is still very much loved and wanted by BlackBerry 10 users

To coincide with the launch of the BlackBerry Classic, hopefully you saw the poll we ran last week where we asked you which BlackBerry 10 device would be your next? With BlackBerry listening to what customers want and bringing back the function keys and optical trackpad on the Classic I was...

The white BlackBerry Passport is now available SIM free in the UK

This week the device news may have been mainly all about the BlackBerry Classic, but let's not forget that it's still the Passport that is BlackBerry's flagship handset. If you're in the UK and have been waiting for the white variant to become available SIM free then today's your lucky day....

Ready to upgrade your BlackBerry? Which device are you getting - Passport or Classic?

So now that the awesome BlackBerry Classic has officially launched and hitting retailers around the world over the next few weeks it may leave some folk in a bit of a predicament. For those of you that are due to upgrade your smartphone it's possible that you're now left with the decision to make...



The BlackBerry Passport was launched on September 24th, 2014 at launch events held in London, Toronto and Dubai. The device features a physical keyboard, a 4.5" 1440x1440 LCD display and a 3450mAh battery. The BlackBerry Passport also introduced a capacitive touch keyboard that allows users to perform gestures on the actual keys — for deleting words, predictive text or scrolling the browser, for example. Inside the Passport is 3GB RAM, 32GB of flash storage that is expandable up to 128GB, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.2GHz quad-core processor. In the camera department, the BlackBerry Passport makes use of a 13MP 1080p front facing camera along with a 2MP 720p front-facing camera.

Looking for more info? Check out the full CrackBerry review of the BlackBerry Passport.