Serious Mobility for Serious Business: Work Wide Stories with BlackBerry Passport (Videos)

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It’s no secret that BlackBerry is focused on keeping mobile professionals productive. With the full unveiling of our latest device, the BlackBerry Passport, a new size and form factor built entirely around being able to work is here. Mobile innovation his been a priority since day one for the company and in two newly released videos, we establish our firm understanding of our customers and the market opportunity for BlackBerry solutions.

In a “more complex, competitive and intense world of business, that spins 24/7 one thing is for certain. Those most driven to achieve and the technology that empowers them will never stand still.”

The concept of Work Wide is all about being able to view and accomplish more on a mobile device. The large square touchscreen on the BlackBerry Passport and touch-enabled keyboard combine to create a device that is a powerhouse for both consumption and output…

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BlackBerry Passport – The New Smart Phone of BlackBerry

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Introduction to New BlackBerry Passport

            With the new launch of BlackBerry Passport, the BlackBerry has got its new innovative, smart phone and it has been admired by the people all around the world within a few hours of the unveiling. This smart phone gets unveiled on September 24, 2014 at the launch events in London. On September 29, this phone is going to be unveiled in India. This is the first smart phone of BlackBerry that comes with BlackBerry 10.3 OS on board with the facility to bring several features such as the BlackBerry assistant, and a Brand new BlackBerry Hub with instant Actions. This 10.3 OS of this BlackBerry Passport also provides people and the users to get access to the Amazon App Store for android along with a special feature of having 240,000 apps. So, this Passport will also be the only smart phone to…

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