BlackBerry Passport Black Price List September, 2019 & Specs in Philippines

The BlackBerry Passport in Philippines is PHP13768 from Galleon. The BlackBerry Passport 32GB Black features a 1440 x 1440pixels display with 453ppi and weighs 196g. This device also comes with a 13MP rear camera & a 2MP front camera, as well as a 3450mAh battery capacity. Release date for the BlackBerry Passport: June 2014.
The BlackBerry Passport in Philippines is PHP13768 from Galleon. The BlackBerry Passport 32GB Black features a 1440 x 1440pixels display with 453ppi and weighs 196g. This device also comes with a 13MP rear camera & a 2MP front camera, as well as a 3450mAh battery capacity. Release date for the BlackBerry Passport: June 2014.
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Cheapest BlackBerry Passport Black Price in Philippines is ₱ 13,768.00

The BlackBerry Passport Black is now available in Philippines. The cheapest BlackBerry Passport Black price in Philippines is ₱ 13,768.00 from Galleon. You can also choose between different BlackBerry Passport Black variants with Red starting from ₱ 71,914.00 and White at ₱ 24,191.00. BlackBerry Passport Black price details are updated September 2019.

BlackBerry Passport Black Price Guide

Price List by Country for BlackBerry Passport Black

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 2,346.65 ₱ 17,955.00
Malaysia MYR 899.00 ₱ 12,724.00
Philippines PHP 13,768.00 ₱ 13,768.00
Singapore SGD 1,188.00 ₱ 51,748.00

BlackBerry Passport Black Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price Store
BlackBerry Passport Black ₱ 13,768.00 Galleon
BlackBerry Passport White ₱ 24,191.00 Galleon
BlackBerry Passport Red ₱ 71,914.00 Galleon

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BlackBerry Passport Black Specs

Screen Size 4.5"
Display Resolution 1440 x 1440pixels
Pixel Density 453ppi
Water Resistant No
Scratch Resistant Yes
Rear Camera Resolution 13MP
Front Camera Resolution 2MP
Dual camera No
Internal Storage 32GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Battery Capacity 3450mAh
Talk Time 18h
Processor Quad Core
Operating System Blackberry
Weight 196g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 128 x 90.3 x 9.3mm
Body Material Plastic
Release Year 2014
Release Month June
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light Yes
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner No
FM Radio Yes
3D Touch No
Colours Black

Reviews of BlackBerry Passport Black
Reviewed on 2014-12-12
Unique form factor, Full physical keyboard, Really good build quality, Great hardware performance, Great display quality
Not 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 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 2015-03-19
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 2015-02-28
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 2014-12-30
Handy screen format, Physical keyboard, Rigid casing, Low heat development, High performance, (Limited) Android app compatibility, Rich-sounding speakers, Practical battery life, Good voice quality, Smooth navigation
Bulky 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 2014-11-21
Excellent, multifunctional keyboard, Solid battery life, High quality build and display
Form factor and screen proportions are mostly inconvenient and pointless, BlackBerry 10's ecosystem and app selection is still disappointing, Middling camera
Most smartphones these days are more or less identical at first glance: a rectangular slab, the entire front of which is taken up by a screen, and maybe one physical key. The major differences don't become apparent until you actually turn a phone on.But w...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-30
Keyboard doubles as touchpad, Long battery life, Fantastic outdoor visibility, Good camera, Robust build
Don't even try using it one-handed, Keyboard is difficult to get used to, Awkward size and shape, App selection is better now, but still needs some work, Occasional hiccups in performance
Apparently I'm a masochist. That's an odd way to begin a review. But to give BlackBerry's latest handset, the Passport, as thorough a review as possible, I decided to type the entire thing from the phone itself. My twisted idea came from a realization tha...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-30
Cam reviews BlackBerry's latest flagship device. The Passport features an innovative physical keyboard with touch sensitivity built in, a sharp 1440x1440 LCD display and one of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 801 series quad-core processors. It's beautifully made a...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-21
Although the Passport is aimed primarily at business users, Blackberry caters for their home lives via BlackBerry Balance, which is part of the updated BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3. This allows enterprises to create secure workspaces while also allowing for the...
BlackBerry (previously known as RIM) once dominated the enterprise smartphone market. And thanks to the free BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), the Canadian company also scored a hit with younger cash-strapped consumers. But Microsoft, Apple, Android vendors, an...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-18
Standout design, Solid build, Useful software features, including BlackBerry Hub, Android app support, with preloaded Amazon Appstore, Capable camera, Smooth performance, Good battery life,  
The form factor and QWERTY keypad take time to get used to, Uncomfortable to hold and pocket, Screen not apt for viewing widescreen videos, Costs a pretty penny
“The BlackBerry Passport is a monster in more ways than one”When we first saw the BlackBerry Passport, we thought the purveyor of QWERTY-sporting smartphones had gone bonkers. A weird-looking device that traverses the no-man's land somewhere between a sma...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-17
"The BlackBerry Passport is an intriguing marriage of an unconventional form factor, loaded specs and interesting features"Welcome the BlackBerry Passport (first impressions| FAQs), a unique and innovative device that stands out due to its form factor. It...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Stunning modern design that's unique looking, Impressive battery life, Display is extremely bright and highly detailed, with accurate colors, Touchenabled keyboard features are useful, Snappy performance, Dual speakers emit deafening tones
Keyboard layout doesn't make any sense, it makes it tougher to type than a touchscreen, Lack of third party apps support, Camera takes way too long to focus and snap photos, Poor low lighting performance with its camera, High learning curve trying to navi...
It's amazing how things can quickly go to hell for some companies in the mobile space, where one day they're a top-tiered contender, to being overlooked as an antiquated player who can't seem to innovate. One company in this particular predicament is Bla...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-13
High quality design, fit, and finish Missing native BB10 apps, Best hardware QWERTY keyboard ever released No water resistant rating, Functional and gorgeous wide display Wide design may not suit everyone, Long battery life  , Outstanding communicator tha...
Missing native BB10 apps, No water resistant rating, Wide design may not suit everyone, Missing native BB10 apps, No water resistant rating, Wide design may not suit everyone
In a world of black slabs, one company dared to be different. The design seemed rather ridiculous at first, but after a week with the new BlackBerry Passport I am convinced BlackBerry is serious about competing for the enterprise customer.BlackBerry has a...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-12
Stunning, albeit unorthodox display, Great battery life, BlackBerry Hub keeps you organised, Great all-round camera
Design is an ergonomic nightmare, Awkward typing experience, Square display doesn't suit most apps, pictures and videos
After a stint of silence whilst the company collected itself over the past year, the new BlackBerry Passport is here to serve as the new top dog, but what exactly does it offer?After the haze of Android , iOS and Windows Phone devices we've sent through R...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-10
BlackBerry's latest smartphone is its most unusual and innovative release in years, but does it do enough to make it worth considering among a sea of worthwhile competition? The device certainly has its fair share of interesting features, and won't have a...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-06
The new smartphone from Blackberry is here. It is targetted squarely at business users. Here's our Blackberry passport review.Right out of the gate let me say this: the BlackBerry Passport is not for everyone. On looks alone many users will eschew its cha...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-02
Love it or hate it, you have to hand it to BlackBerry — the Passport is different.Whether it's a good kind of different or a bad kind of different is still being hotly debated, but at least the company that has been roundly criticized for doing a poor job...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-26
BlackBerry Blend sharing software, which allows messages and content to be shared to Windows and Mac computers, iPads and Android tablets; new, capable voiceassist function; qwerty keyboard for those who need or prefer physical keys; powerful battery....
Phone is heavy at nearly 7 oz.; balancing it can be awkward when first typing with the physical keys; battery is not removable; square screen seems unnecessary for most uses.
Let's give it this: BlackBerry's new Passport makes a big impact when you first hold it, thanks to its unusual square shape, its heft and the physical keyboard aimed at keeping its legion of qwerty loyalists happy.BlackBerry no longer discloses how large ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-26
Our smartphones are the single most important devices we own. They're the tools we use to communicate with our loved ones, our offices made mobile. They're our game consoles, our conduit for watching and reading anything the internet offers. They've also ...
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