Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Blackberry Passport

BlackBerry's new Passport is an intriguing looking device. Can it back up its looks with top-class features? Let's compare the BlackBerry Passport to the Galaxy Note 4.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Blackberry Passport

The new BlackBerry Passport is one of the strangest smartphones we’ve ever seen… and we love it. But how does it compare to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4?

Both phones have big screens that are specially designed to help you get stuff done. And both have unique tools, like the Passport’s touch-sensitive keyboard and the Note’s S Pen.

But they also have some important differences that could make one of them your perfect match.

So check out our BlackBerry Passport vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 video below to see which is the best business phone for you.

The party piece of both phones is the unique ways you can control them. The Note 4 has Samsung’s S Pen, with its fantastic handwriting recognition, extreme accuracy and long list of useful features. While the BlackBerry Passport has something completely new. Its amazing QWERTY keyboard works like track-pad. So you can navigate around web pages or swipe across it to accurately edit emails and messages quickly.

Both the phones also have amazingly sharp screens, which makes editing documents and creating presentations easier on your mobile. And the square shape of the Passport’s screen means you actually see more of a document or email so you can get more done more quickly.

Speaking of getting stuff done quickly, these are two of the most powerful phones around so you’ll have no problem jumping from app to app. And with the huge screen on the Note 4, that power can be used to have a few apps open on the screen at the same time, letting you really multitask.

When you’re not busy working on your phone, both the Passport and Note 4 have fantastic cameras to let you capture those family moments in stunning detail. And it’s easier to share those memories on the Passport thanks to the new BlackBerry Blend software. It lets you access everything on your phone, from photos to emails, on your computer wirelessly.

So if you’re looking for a top new phone that’ll help you at home and work, you’ve got a tough choice to make. Let us know which you want in the comments below.

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