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Blackberry porsche design p 9982 review

Blackberry porsche design p 9982 review





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BlackBerry Porsche Design P’ smartphone. Announced Nov Features ″ display, Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset, 8 MP primary camera, 2 MP front camera, mAh. Blackberry Porsche Design P’ 64gb Factory Unlocked in Silver / Dark Platinum BLACKBERRY PORSCHE DESIGN P' 64GB BLACK FACTORY Avg. Customer Review. This is an honest to goodness phone designed by the genius-level folks at Porche, check out the P’ from BlackBerry.

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blackberry porsche design p 9982 review

blackberry porsche design p 9982 review

blackberry porsche design p 9982 review

blackberry porsche design p 9982 review

blackberry porsche design p 9982 review

blackberry porsche design p 9982 review

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When you buy a P’, you really feel like you’re joining an elite club. At x Everywhere I go, people notice the P’ I’ve also heard references to Bang and Olufsen’s designs from the 80’s and that it also looks like a phone Marty McFly should have been using to go with Doc’s DeLorean. The guts are the same as the Bold as is the overall performance for the most part, but the external packaging is very different. So while the door isn’t nearly as user friendly as the ‘s, it does the job with style.

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You’re going to buy what you want to buy regardless of my opinion. However, there are some minor things to be aware of, which I highlight in this review, so you know what to expect when you pick up your shiny new P’ and are able to enjoy it to the max!

When the first photos of the P’ emerged on the internet back on September 9th of, nobody knew what to think of them. Overall the phone had the look of a BlackBerry, complete with a BlackBerry logo above the display.

Or maybe it was somebody’s elaborate mod job to a? We were all confused, to say the least. It took the CrackBerry team barely 24 hours to get to the bottom of it, and the next day we posted that the device was absolutely legit, was codenamed “BlackBerry Knight” and was actually a collaboration between Porsche Design and BlackBerry to create an exclusive BlackBerry offering.

The phone first became available overseas and is now available in North America. Don’t call your carrier looking for the P’ It is only available from Porsche Design stores see locations. In late February both me and my better half Miss CrackBerry started using the P’, both moving over to it from the Bold I wasn’t in a rush to get this review posted.

With demand for the phone relatively low and with a price tag as high it is, I’d rather post my thoughts on it once I’ve really put it to use for a month, including a couple of weeks spent roaming on different carriers while traveling.

The most notable hardware configuration change is actually the location of the microSD card slot under the battery door cover, which has been flipped around so it doesn’t pull out and get jammed into the battery as it did with the Bold I wonder if RIM made this change because of my issues with it.

That said, the really does look nothing like the P’ Within the context of keeping the device hardware configuration the same as the Bold, RIM and Porsche Design essentially changed everything they could to give the P’ its own unique look and design language.

As you might suspect with a phone so closely built upon another, performance of the P’ matches that of the in pretty much all areas. The appearance of the P’ is polarizing.

People seem to either absolutely love it or completely hate it. While the design influence is that of Porsche Design, most initial reactions compare the P’ to an old school calculator.

I’ve also heard references to Bang and Olufsen’s designs from the 80’s and that it also looks like a phone Marty McFly should have been using to go with Doc’s DeLorean. Mixed in with its industrial design, the P’ definitely falls into that category of futuro – futuristic and retro styling combined.

While initially I wasn’t completely sold on the P”s design, it has grown on me. I consider my BlackBerry to be a communication and productivity tool, and the look of the P’ represents that well.

There’s a ruggedness about it that screams I get sh! While the aesthetics are up for debate, one thing that isn’t is the P”s ability to draw attention. Everywhere I go, people notice the P’ Especially when out at restaurants with the P’ on the table, a meal doesn’t go by without the server commenting on it I guess in the service industry you see a lot of phones everyday, so when something new and different pops up it really grabs your attention.

Heck, on a recent trip to the USA, Miss CrackBerry was using her P’ while sitting by the gate at the airport and she kept getting stopped by people to pose for photos with her phone – people were all over this crazy-looking BlackBerry.

One of the expensive hardware components of the P’ that also gives a foundation to the design is the stainless steel frame upon which the phone is built. The unibody frame has been milled out of a single piece of metal, which makes the device extremely sturdy and also contributes to the phone’s additional heft.

Looking at the device from the front, you can visually see the steel frame at the top of the phone, where it is engraved with the Porsche Design name. Below that is the display area, which contains the touchscreen display as well as the notification LED.

Below the display the Porsche Design BlackBerry takes a linear approach to the navigation buttons and keyboard vs. The trackpad really struck me as being different from any other BlackBerry trackpad to date – on the P’ it takes the form of cross hairs, which is very unique and really jumps out.

Below the navigation buttons is the keyboard, which again is a lot different than the Bold ‘s. The keyboard is laid across four straight rows that are set into the unibody frame, each row of keys divided by a space.

The keyboard buttons are interesting. The bottom corners are indented, which is where alternate characters are shown, but the indentation is preceded with a raised line. Looking at the phone in the photo above, you clearly the get impression that the keyboard has treads, just like that of a car tire.

It’s a not so subtle design that ties in the Porsche Design theme of the phone. In this review you can find photos that show off both the standard P’ keyboard, but also the Arabic version, which adds the additional characters to the top right corner of each key.

What I don’t like is the sloppiness around this part of the phone. On the row of navigation buttons, you can really feel the edges, both between each button and between the top of the buttons and display.

Also, the sides of both the call and hang up buttons are exposed. With the Bold, these keys are mounted within the frame, so the edges of the buttons are not visible from the outside of the phone.

On the P’, you can literally stick your fingernail under the edge of the call and hang up buttons, being able to literally pop them off if you wanted to. Pulling the phone out of my front jeans pocket, on more than one occasion I’ve snagged the button and nearly ripped it off the phone.

Likewise, on the keyboard, I’ve found the backlighting to be inconsistent. Some of the letters glow more brightly than others in the dark, for no apparent reason. I found this to be really sloppy and annoying, which if anything exudes a form of cheapness vs.

Take note, I found this backlighting issue to be a problem on both P’s I reviewed. Below the keyboard, the “chin” of the P’ has an angular design, which slots in beautifully to the charging stand that comes with the P’ in the box.

Overall, the phone is a little bit longer than the The back of the P’ actually brings back memories of the original Bold, where the battery door cover was literally the entire backside of the phone.

With the P’ the door is a soft touch rubber, which provides a nice grip and has a pattern reminiscent of a grained leather. If anything, it comes across a bit like the material you’d expect on the dashboard of a car – another tie-in to the Porsche Design theme.

Removing and replacing the battery door is a little bit tricky. The door is held on by a pressure fit against almost invisible clips. You have to pry the door off the phone – start from the bottom with your finger nail in the speaker port gap at the middle bottom of the phone.

When replacing the door, start at the top and start placing pressure down the phone to have it snap back in place. On one of the P’s reviewed, I found one of the bottom corners never liked to snap in nicely, though it would work its way closed.

In over a month of use I never ran into any issues with the battery door falling off or accidentally becoming dislodged, which is good. So while the door isn’t nearly as user friendly as the ‘s, it does the job with style.

Also visible from the back of the phone is the camera and flash, which are surrounded by a metal badge which features the P’ brand. Working around the perimeter of the device, both top and bottom of the P’ are kept very clean.

Similar to the, there is single, centrally-mounted button on the top that wakes the P’ and puts it to sleep. On both sides of the angular bottom of the P’ are the charging contacts for P”s charging stand.

These really jump out at you, as a portion of the frame has been cut away to expose the contact pins. There is also a small gap in the bottom of the phone, which has been cut out as a speaker port – this is where sound escapes the phone when using the speaker phone or listening to music, etc.

The left side of the P’ is very clean. Exposed near the top is the 3. Looking at the Porsche Design BlackBerry from the side you really get a sense of the unibody frame construction.

Notice in the photo below how the display and keyboard are clearly inset into the frame. Comparing the Porsche Design P’ to the Bold side by side, you really get a sense of just how different yet how similar the two phones are.

The locations of critical buttons and ports and the display and LED are basically identical, yet between all of that the housing and finishing details are very different.

The Bold is more compact and in my opinion, more elegant, taking advantage of curves everywhere while retaining that iconic BlackBerry look. The P’ features more straight lines and a more utilitarian look.

When I think of Porsche cars, which are curvy and beautiful, I feel the might actually be the better representation. The P’ almost has the feeling of a Hummer – it’s bigger and boxier with a rougher finish to the look.

Of course we’re talking Porsche Design here, not Porsche cars, and Porsche Design has their own clear design language which the P’ adheres to. With the battery doors removed, keen eyes will note the configuration change that was made to the P’ under the hood.

The position of the microSD card was flipped so it no longer ejects into the battery as it did on the with the you have to take out your battery to swap the microSD card.

A great change, though on both my P’s I have found it slightly difficult to remove the SD card. It’s spring loaded so you press on it and it easily ejects half way. From there you should be able to just slide it out, but there’s a slight lip on the housing that can catch the card.

A little light pressure applied away from the phone tends to overcome this. It’s not a big deal once you figure it out. Just take note, if you’re having trouble removing the microSD card, don’t force it – look at it and remove it with some care.

End of the day, the Porsche Design P’ is a conversation starter. Whether you love it or hate it, you can’t help but notice it. In addition to more speed, this hardware platform upgrade addressed a lot of the other nagging wants we’ve had for a while now, including 3D graphics support has been lacking to date on GSM BlackBerrys and HD video recording.

For the most part, the performance of the P’ has been really fast. I have noticed a few occasional slow downs, but I actually attribute them more to the version of the OS software on the P’ my units came with 7.

The Porsche Design P’ features a 2. Pixel density works out to pixels per inch. Like the BlackBerry Bold ‘s display, the P”s display is really nice. Colors are crisp and vivid, and the display is bright – even at the default 70 percent setting.

According to RIM the display is made of “extra hardened glass,” so there’s no plastic here. The only real complaint anybody can have with the P”s display is the overall size.

When you put a full physical keyboard on the front of a phone, it comes with the trade off of leaving less room to fit a display. If you mainly use your phone for communication purposes then a 2.

The good news is that if you can afford the P’, you can also afford to buy a secondary device, like a PlayBook or iPad or iPod touch to go along with the P’ The P’ is the best communication tool on the planet – use it for that, and put the games and movies onto your other device and you’ll have the best of both worlds.

There’s no debating it. Anybody who argues otherwise doesn’t know what they’re talking about. I wasn’t sure if BlackBerry or WhatsApp. I do see BlackBerry still offering WhatsApp as of this date.

I can’t imagine why BlackBerry would discontinue the App unless there have been too many Security Issues with it. This is what BlackBerry is known for their greatness Security. I have been receiving massages form BB that it will stop supporting Whatsup come December 31 King soomro, 13 Oct Guys it is built up of metal n glass n leather n plastic for the back cover its awesome touch Guys it is built up of metal n glass n leather n plastic for the back cover its awesome touch is something else.

What about whatsapp and Facebook usage?

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Likewise, I’d like to get another charging stand for the P’ so I could have one by my bed and one on my office desk, but I haven’t been able to find one yet that I can buy. I’m not near any Porsche Design stores to check if they’re carrying any selection of accessories for the P’ beyond what comes in the box, but I hope they are.

The Porsche Design Theme and Wallpaper. The P’ comes with its own Porsche Design theme pre-installed by default. There’s no disabling it to go back to the traditional default BlackBerry theme.

With a lot of purple and green in it, the theme has a fun vibe and it’s definitely usable. Like any new theme, it takes some getting used to the new icons in the P’ theme, which have a mix of predominant colors including blue, green and grey.

The default wallpaper is a wavy background grid of purple and black. Speaking to that retro look of the hardware, this wallpaper matches it. I swear as a kid in grade four I had my school photos done on a similar backdrop.

The most expensive ringtone you’ll ever own. Another P’ OS touch was the inclusion of a Porsche Design ringtone, which again, has a bit of an 80’s vibe to it. The only problem now is that both Miss CrackBerry and I feel the need to use it as our ringtone, so whenever we’re in the same room and a phone rings, we’re both reaching for our P’s.

Listen to it below. Porsche Design Ringtone by crackberry. All BlackBerry pins start with the numbers 2AA. Likewise, if somebody tries to tell you they have a P’ and their pin doesn’t have a 2AA at the front, you know they’re lying.

The P’ even comes with an owners card in the box that declares it is an authentic device designed by BlackBerry and Porsche Design with the PIN printed on the card. In comparison, this P’ software is old and it’s not nearly as good as the latest versions of the OS.

Having used the Bold from its first builds up until the newest, the stability and speed and functionality of the OS has steadily improved along the way. Miss CrackBerry’s has been really glitchy as of late too, with the touchscreen often not responding and then the trackpad not responding then both work for a while, then go back to one or the other not responding.

I’ve reached out to RIM and they have confirmed that 7. And it needs it, badly. For those looking to buy a P’ now, just be aware that the whole experience is going to be that much better once the phone makes the leap up to 7.

I’m pretty sure most would-be P’ owners will be familiar with the BlackBerry OS and will be people who like the BlackBerry experience. As everybody knows, BlackBerry 10 is the next generation of BlackBerry that will bring a much more robust app experience and a whole new level of performance to the phones.

The BlackBerry OS as it is today excels at communication and critical apps. It’s not about talking about what the BlackBerry OS is currently missing. If you’re buying this phone, it’s because you love what the BlackBerry operating system excels at.

Is it worth the money? The answer to that question is a personal one that potential customers will have to decide for themselves. If you look at the P’ from the perspective of the BlackBerry experience it delivers, the answer is no.

Taking the astronomical price tag out of the equation, the Bold is actually a better BlackBerry. The keyboard on the is better, the software updates come first which makes a noticeable difference in performance.

I also suspect the Bold will actually hold up better over time, thanks to all the cases available for it and the fact that the physical buttons are better attached to the device. Where the P’ trumps the Bold is in psychology and panache.

The P’ is expensive. It’s a luxury item. It’s a symbol for success. The fact that you could buy a Bold, iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy Nexus for the price of one P’ means you don’t care about value.

Yes, there are some really cool things about the P’ At the end of the day, however, you’re buying the P’ because you want it and can afford it and you don’t care what anybody else has to say on that matter.

As for me, I have sitting on my desk a P’ and a Bold They both call to me. While I know that the is already sporting OS 7. Our agile approach provides organizations with breakthrough insights and powerful data visualizations to rapidly analyse multiple aspects of their business in perspectives that matter most.

SQIAR is a leading global consultancy which provides innovative business intelligence services to small and medium size SMEs businesses. If I had one of these phones I would give it to my techie roommate.

I don’t know why there are so many hate messages on this phone. Sure it’s way over priced, but I think it’s a really sleek design. All personal opinion I guess. Eli Sprague InterWorks, Inc.

What a fugly phone. The looks a lot sleeker and sexier than this blocky phone. It is not reminiscent of anything Porsche makes. The Bold is way better and cost less. I saw one this week end at the Louis Vuitton store in Paris A young russian girl had it.

Actually it’s not so bad in real Sorry but I couldn’t compare Kia of today to Blackberry because unlike Rim, Kia is up to par with the competition today. Unless video conferencing or skype is the communication you need.

I don’t see what the big deal is, really. The keyboard looks inferior in function to the and the phone isn’t that good-looking IMHO. It’s Porsche design but no faster, no better than a Awesome people stand out without owing this phone.

This assumes that you throw it away at the end of 2 years and it does not get stolen. I saw this phone at the launch event at Beverly hills Porsche and actually got to hold it.

It is pretty hefty but it feels great in the hand. If I remember correctly, I would have to order it directly from a porsche designer and cannot pick it up at a porsche design store. Porsche Design is like Giugiaro i can’t believe it’s Italian, almost everything they made is ugly as hell.

What can you expect from Germans in terms of design? This phone is ugly. And the price won’t make it more beautiful. Except for the snobs. Can’t believe Porsche helped design this phone.

Whoever was responsible at Porsche in designing this phone, I’m begging you, please stay away from the cars! If i ever see anyone carrying this phone, i’m just gonna assume they’re rich snobs with nothing better to do with their money.

If I wanted to blow money away on useless technology, i’d buy an Iphone I am thinking about purchasing one but would be useless without at least 3G. I’ve yet to see specs listed on a US version to know if it does Since you have over 8 million readers a month, you deserve this phone.

I have no words for this device! None that are respectable anyway! It’s just so damn ugly! Leaves me wondering who thought this was actually a good idea. We need more innovation and techonology, not a ridiculous price.

What is your new innovation?????? Not to mention its unbelievably hideous. Glad for Jay Z and Beyonce with their gift from Kanye, but really? I suppose there is a market that RIM would like to tap into for rich user’s, but let’s face it, their market needs to get inline with the rest of us who continue to buy, and incorporate into our IT infrastructure.

Well your dollar phone can’t give you the proud feeling that you have the most expensive phone in your city! Will take more than a facelift for me to spend that kind of cashola, besides, it’s freakin’ ulgy as others have stated.

Sediment settles on the bottom of a liquid Sorry, I just cannot ignore it. Hahaha, RIM really needs a change of mindset: I agree, but that is so cheap, just a few extra bucks. It is a microSD card what we are talking about not hardware specs.

When you pay premium, you deserve premium. Ill stay out of the exclusive club and keep 1, in my pocket. Good review by Kevin, I don’t have the attention span to read it all but looks good.

I agree for 2, dollars it should do more then a dollar phone. You buy something expensive and want it to do more then the other guy. Sorry no offense to anyone who loves it but it seems to be pulling away from the classic blackberry look.

They’re just there to add “padding” to the list. I noticed that too That’s one of the reasons why I used “LOL” on my comment because of sarcasm I didnt notice that before i read your comments.

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The camera app is basic, yet intuitive and the shutter speed is relatively quick with the whole screen acting as the trigger. Auto-focus is in play, and it can slow down snapping as it tries to settle.

It’s a slick offering and we were able to get up to a decent typing speed, but we still prefer SwiftKey on Android. Every Porsche Design P’ handset comes with a certificate of authentication in the box, so you can prove to your doubting friends that it is the real deal.

The certificate also holds a unique BlackBerry pin starting in “2AA” – an exclusive prefix available only to those who have splashed the cash on a Porsche Design handset. The BlackBerry Porsche Design P’ is targeted at a minority of elite business players, it’s not meant to capture the imagination of general consumers – which is lucky, because it won’t.

That said, for a phone which costs so much the P”s look and feel doesn’t come close to justifying the price tag. You need a hell of a lot more than a bit of shiny metal and a layer of cowhide to push a sub-standard flagship smartphone as high-flying premium offering.

While the Porsche Design P’ isn’t quite a grotesque in price, look or spec as the luxury Vertu brand, it’s still set up to target those with more money than sense. BlackBerry Porsche Design P’ review.

It may be just a few moments, or a few hours. The important thing is we have been able to play with it ourselves and can give you some sense of what it’s like to use, even if it’s only an embryonic view.

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Meet the BlackBerry Motion, with a 5. In fact the P’ sports exactly the same specs as the Z10 apart from one thing – the internal storage has been boosted from 16GB to 64GB.

The screen is clean and clear with some decent viewing angles, although when you think that we now have full HD display on our smartphones which cost less than half the price you end up feeling a little short changed by the P’ That feeling grows when you discover that the Porsche Design P’ still holds onto the humble 1.

During general usage the dual-core chip manages pretty well with the relatively fluid BlackBerry We’re still not totally sold on the BlackBerry 10 platform, with its slightly confusing gesture controls making some tasks a little fiddly and the poor selection of apps in the BlackBerry World store doesn’t help.

It’s not all bad news though, and the BlackBerry Hub is a truly useful part of the interface, bringing in all forms of communication into one central inbox which can easily be navigated and filtered.

Web browsing is something else BlackBerry appears to have nailed with its new OS and the P’ is no exception with blisteringly fast load times on both mobile and desktop sites.

Return to the rear of the handset and there’s the 8MP camera which also adorns the Z10, but on the P’ there’s a chrome ring round the lens to try and add a more premium feel and it sits in a bar of glass which also houses the single LED flash and the name of the handset.

The camera app is basic, yet intuitive and the shutter speed is relatively quick with the whole screen acting as the trigger. Auto-focus is in play, and it can slow down snapping as it tries to settle.

It’s a slick offering and we were able to get up to a decent typing speed, but we still prefer SwiftKey on Android. Every Porsche Design P’ handset comes with a certificate of authentication in the box, so you can prove to your doubting friends that it is the real deal.

The certificate also holds a unique BlackBerry pin starting in “2AA” – an exclusive prefix available only to those who have splashed the cash on a Porsche Design handset.

The BlackBerry Porsche Design P’ is targeted at a minority of elite business players, it’s not meant to capture the imagination of general consumers – which is lucky, because it won’t.

That said, for a phone which costs so much the P”s look and feel doesn’t come close to justifying the price tag. You need a hell of a lot more than a bit of shiny metal and a layer of cowhide to push a sub-standard flagship smartphone as high-flying premium offering.

While the Porsche Design P’ isn’t quite a grotesque in price, look or spec as the luxury Vertu brand, it’s still set up to target those with more money than sense.

BlackBerry Porsche Design P’ review. It may be just a few moments, or a few hours. The important thing is we have been able to play with it ourselves and can give you some sense of what it’s like to use, even if it’s only an embryonic view.

For more information, see TechRadar’s Reviews Guarantee. Our Early Verdict Have you ever thought, “Man! Against Expensive Just a Z What is a hands on review?

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Battery life on the P’ has been consistent compared to that of the Bold, which is to say not as good as some BlackBerry Smartphones of the past, such as the Bold Also visible from the back of the phone is the camera and flash, which are surrounded by a metal badge which features the P’ brand. There’s no disabling it to go back to the traditional default BlackBerry theme. In this review you can find photos that show off both the standard P’ keyboard, but also the Arabic version, which adds the additional characters to the top right corner of each key. The unibody frame has been milled out of a single piece of metal, which makes the device extremely sturdy and also contributes to the phone’s additional heft. At x That feeling grows when you discover that the Porsche Design P’ still holds onto the humble 1.

As long as I use WiFi when at home and at the office, I never find I have an issue with battery life. The bottom corners are indented, which is where alternate characters are shown, but the indentation is preceded with a raised line. It’s spring loaded so you press on it and it easily ejects half way. I saw this phone at the launch event at Beverly hills Porsche and actually got to hold it.

Looking at the device from the front, you can visually see the steel frame at the top of the phone, where it is engraved with the Porsche Design name. Except for the snobs. The back of the P’ actually brings back memories of the original Bold, where the battery door cover was literally the entire backside of the phone. Some of the letters glow more brightly than others in the dark, for no apparent reason.

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