The common theme that has been emphasized about the BlackBerry Passport since it was launched has been that it is a device for “getting things done” These two advertisement videos did an excellent job in terms of demonstrating real life situations where time is of the essence and seconds really count. And not only did the BlackBerry Passport come through, but it definitely left its competition behind.
Both videos emphasized productivity which is a critical requirement, especially among those in enterprise. It reminded me of the following 2 quotes that were recently made by BlackBerry CEO John Chen:
“The BlackBerry Passport was created to drive productivity and to break through the sea of rectangular-screen, all-touch devices”
“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”
It really reminded me of a situation at work a few weeks ago when I was about to enter a meeting with our director and a colleague of mine. At the company that I work at, there is a mix of corporately issued iPhone 5S’s, Samsung Galaxy 5S’s and BlackBerry 10 devices. The director asked my colleague to email him three documents, a power-point presentation, an excel spreadsheet and a pdf file from an earlier meeting that day.
My colleague fumbled around for a minute with his iPhone and was about to rush back to his desk when I pulled out my BlackBerry Passport and within a few seconds was able to find those documents, attach it to an email and sent it to my director, who received it immediately.
So if you want to be productive, get things done and be ahead of the competition, there is no better phone out there!
Get yourself a BlackBerry today!