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BlackBerry Passport prices in Malaysia

Fully engineered to deliver performance with precision, BlackBerry Passport will be your favorite tool in helping you to live your life to its fullest. Read more about BlackBerry Passport Malaysia below.

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BlackBerry Passport Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 1,725
Indonesia IDR 2,950,000
Malaysia MYR 525
Philippines PHP 11,100
Singapore SGD 166
Thailand THB 7,729
Vietnam VND 4,990,000

About BlackBerry Passport Malaysia

BlackBerry Passport Malaysia – Polished & Refined

Once known for its iconic mobile phones that were widely used around the world, BlackBerry still endures as it releases BlackBerry Passport in its bid to make a great comeback in the realm of ever expanding smartphone world. As it turns out, BlackBerry Passport is bold and brilliant smartphone that channels the true BlackBerry quality of merging fun and practicality.

A Classical Tale Behind Its Beautifully Crafted Design

Like its name, the design of BlackBerry Passport is actually based on the form of the classic passport. According to BlackBerry, it is all about giving the sense of familiarity in something that is so novel. In other words, BlackBerry wants its users to experience of having something new in a classic design that is easily recognizable.

What is amazing is that even its frame is said to be inspired by the steel I-beams used in modern architecture. Such classic passport design exudes high level of sophistication that simply showcases its minimalist design. At the same time, it is wonderful when you realize its lovely back cover enables you to hold it comfortably. In fact, it is a well-thought out design that you will not even notice that there is a large battery behind it. Unsurprisingly, such approach shows that BlackBerry has taken a bold step in breaking the norm in creating something that is totally novel in history of smartphones.

Featuring The Next Generation Keyboard

Just as BlackBerry is famous with its iconic keyboard, so too it is the turn of BlackBerry Passport in reliving its glory with its new touch keyboard. The beauty of this physical keyboard is that it offers you better typing accuracy. In addition, it even offers plenty of space for you to view its screen.Highly responsive to touch gestures, it gives such fun experience in scrolling and browsing around. Not just that, you can even flick to type or slide along the keys in order to move the cursor.

BlackBerry Passport Malaysia Fuels Your Performance Like Never Before

Boasting the incredible 3450mAH battery, BlackBerry Passport allows you to use it for a longer period of time. Moreover, BlackBerry Passport also features highly efficient power management that helps you to maximize your performance while minimizing the consumption of power at the same time. Hence, BlackBerry Passport is highly optimized for those that have busy schedule and active lifestyle.

Simply Flawless Integration

Thanks to this BlackBerry Hub, it is a wonderful tool for you to manage your conversations whether in emails, BBMs, SMSes, notifications, social media messages and even phone calls. It combines all of them together so that you can track them easily. With just a simple swipe, you can enjoy full access to them. Therefore, BlackBerry Passport is a solid smartphone that organizes and enhances your lifestyle.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2014-12-12
Seamless navigation, Has better app selection, Keyboard increases work productivity, Beautiful display for reading and watching moviesThe square design makes single handed usage impossible, Keyboard keys
Blackberry has definitely had it tough over the years with its competition from Android and Apple smartphones dominating the headlines, thus it has decided to stick at what it does best with the Blackberry Passport, focusing more on work productivity and ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-11
Byline: By Vinodhani NairOdd maybe, but one look at the BlackBerry (BB) Passport, I am reminded of my previous BlackBerry 9790 that came with a very, let me repeat, very useful QWERTY keyboard. Before being pushed to get on with the Blackberry Z10, I had ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-11
Byline: By Vinodhani NairOdd maybe, but one look at the BlackBerry (BB) Passport, I am reminded of my previous BlackBerry 9790 that came with a very, let me repeat, very useful QWERTY keyboard. Before being pushed to get on with the Blackberry Z10, I had ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-24
The BlackBerry Passport, with its quad-core Snapdragon innards and 3GB of RAM, is the most powerful smartphone the company has ever produced. But that's completely overshadowed by its build.This thing is Wide.90.3mm wide, to be exact, and it's all thanks ...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-09
Excellent battery; Best inclass QWERTY keyboard; Gorgeous display; Decent Camera; The ability install and run Android applications via SNAP; BB Hub is awesome for notifications; SDsupport; Premium design and finishBB10 –– even with Amazon Apps –– is still officially app and contentlight compared to Android and iOS (Thank god, then, for SNAP); Design of handset won't suit all tastes
Although BlackBerry has now largely ditched the BB10 OS in favour of Android (and full disclosure, it doesn't make the new phones itself either), it is still officially supported, and is alive and well on the BlackBerry Passport.Possibly one of the oddest...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-05
Unique screen is great for text interactions, Strong battery life, Plenty of storage & connectivity, Solid buildNot ideal for multimedia content, Keyboard will take time to get used to, Needs two handed use most of the time
Sign up for our daily newsletter Despite being banished from popular use by iPhone and Android devices, BlackBerry still enjoys a die-hard cult following, and for good reason - the Passport is an excellent phone. 05/12/2016: The successor to the Blackbe...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-15
Long battery life, Physical QWERTY keyboard with gesture features, Integrated inbox (hub)Wide format is not pocket friendly or one hand friendly, Popular apps are not available, Long power down/restart times
BlackBerry isn't the first platform that I think of when it comes to smartphones. But in a world where it's difficult for a smartphone to stand out from the crowd, the BlackBerry Passport is obviously different. But is it different good or different bad?...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
High resolution display with sharp picture quality, Great battery life (11 hours of video playback)Unconventional shape can feel awkward
Inspired by its namesake, the Passport had the most unique shape of the phones we tested. The shape received mixed reviews from our consumer testers — many thought the width of the device made it awkward to hold and use. BlackBerry also included its signa...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-28
The idea that a keyboard makes you more productive has been an underlying ethos for BlackBerry devices for a while now. The thought being that you spend most of the day bashing buttons on a laptop or desktop keyboard so why not do it on your phone. Previo...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-13
B lackBerry has tried everything to get out of its sales slump: sticking with what it knows (the classic Q10), ditching the keyboard for a touchscreen (Z10), and even targeting emerging markets (Z3). With the BlackBerry Passport, it has returned to the ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-19
Sharp, sunlight-readable screen. Excellent reception and voice quality. Roomy physical keyboard.Troubled camera. App selection not up to Android or iOS competition. $50 more than unlocked unit
The BlackBerry Passport ($199.99 with contract) is a unique smartphone, and you have to applaud AT&T for jumping on board. While the carrier demanded one hardware change to BlackBerry's big slab, it left all of the phone's other pluses and minuse...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-19
1. General. The Passport is a stunning communication device that is elegantly designed and very well built. For some people, it could quite credibly render your tablet and even your home PC obsolete because it is so efficient and practical.2. Design – Onc...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-28
The Blackberry Passport is massive and demands respect. This isn't your mothers Blackberry folks! If you know me, you know that I will always love Blackberry. It measures 128mm tall by 90.3mm wide and weighs in at 196g. It will not go unnoticed. However w...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-26
The first thing you will notice about the Passport is the unique shape its designers have chosen to give it. Instead of the usual aspect ratio we've come to expect from smartphones, the Passport is distinctly more square than rectangular. I have to be hon...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-08
BlackBerry has tried everything to get out of its sales slump: sticking with what it knows for the classic Q10; ditching the keyboard for a touchscreen in the Z10; and even targeting emerging markets with the Z3.With the BlackBerry Passport, it has return...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-30
Handy screen format, Physical keyboard, Rigid casing, Low heat development, High performance, (Limited) Android app compatibility, Richsounding speakers, Practical battery life, Good voice quality, Smooth navigationBulky and relatively heavy casing, Number and symbol key only virtual, Screen's high black level, Cameras' middling image quality, High load power consumption, SIM and SD flap difficult to open, High price
Though still popular among business users, it is no longer necessarily the first choice for many since the iPhone was introduced. BlackBerry has been having quite a few problems; the users of its devices based on the company-developed operating system RIM...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-12
Unique form factor, Full physical keyboard, Really good build quality, Great hardware performance, Great display qualityNot affordable, Not as extensive app and game selections in the App Store
BlackBerry continues to develop new handsets for its loyal customers. The newest handset is a surprise with a refreshing look and they called it the BlackBerry Passport.The Passport is pretty unique in several fronts. First is the squarish form factor tha...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-05
BlackBerry doesn't have much to show for, as far as the modern day smartphone business is concerned. And although the company has indeed managed to churn out a few smartphones in that time period, none have gone on to be that major a hit. Of course, the l...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-05
Innovative Design, Return of the Keyboard, Mega BatteryWill Only Capture Select Audience, Too Costly
BlackBerry Passport Review: Battery Life and VerdictBlackBerry has its hopes high with the improved 3,450mAh battery unit inside. It says that the battery will provide up to 30 hours of mixed use for a "very active user". But this is all down to the new B...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-05
Innovative Design, Return of the Keyboard, Mega BatteryWill Only Capture Select Audience, Too Costly
BlackBerry Passport Review: CameraBlackBerry has fitted the Passport with a 13MP rear-facing camera with an LED flash, alongside a few extra features like panorama, burst mode and time shift. The LED flash is there to take images at 16:9, 4.3 and the Pass...
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