While smartphones have provided professionals the ability to conduct business when mobile, many tasks are a challenge on the narrow all touch screens that we’ve become used to. With BlackBerry® Passport, we set out to create a smartphone that would break through the sea of all-touch devices and deliver a step-change in productivity. BlackBerry Passport shows there is a better, wider way to accomplish more. To work wide.
RIM from Canada, annnounced today the availabilty of its new Blackberry Pasport smartphone that redefines productivity for mobile professionals with boundary breaking design and features, the company says.
“As we set out to design BlackBerry Passport, we were guided by a simple yet challenging idea – to set aside the limitations of traditional design and to instead simply build a device that fundamentally changes the way business professionals get work done on their smartphone,” said John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO at BlackBerry. “The BlackBerry Passport was created to drive productivity and to break through the sea of rectangular-screen, all-touch devices.”