Comparing BlackBerry Passport vs Samsung Galaxy Note II

1. BlackBerry Passport

23 Reasons why BlackBerry Passport is better

Comparing BlackBerry Passport vs Samsung Galaxy Note II

1.More battery power
3450mAhvs 3100mAh (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
2.Substantially faster CPU clock speed
4 x 2.3GHzvs 4 x 1.6GHz (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
3.Measurably higher pixel density
453ppivs 267ppi (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
4.Noticeably more megapixels (photo)
13MPvs 8MP (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
5.More RAM memory
3GBvs 2GB (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
6.Substantially higher resolution
1,440 x 1,440pxvs 720 x 1,280px (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
7.Clearly more megapixel (photo, front camera)
3MPvs 1.9MP (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
8.Every pixel has three subpixels
Yesvs No (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
The device has a display with three full subpixels per pixel, resulting in a sharp and crisp picture. Pixels in some displays (like AMOLED) share one subpixel to preserve space. This can result in a less crisp, slightly blurred image.
9.3mmvs 9.4mm (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
10.Explicitly faster downloads
150MBits/svs 21.1MBits/s (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
11.Has a dedicated camera button
Yesvs No (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
A dedicated camera button allows you to take snapshots more easily.
12.Distinctly better video recording quality
1,080 x 60fpsvs 1,080 x 30fps (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
128mmvs 151.1mm (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
14.Explicitly faster uploads
50MBits/svs 5.76MBits/s (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
15.Has a QWERTY keyboard
Yesvs No (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
Text messaging is much faster due to a hardware keyboard.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AA v3
Yesvs No (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
BlackBerry 10.1
Yesvs No (Samsung Galaxy Note II)
BlackBerry Passport
BlackBerry Passport specs
BlackBerry Passport features
BlackBerry Passport pros and cons
BlackBerry Passport advantages
BlackBerry Passport disadvantages

2. Samsung Galaxy Note II

21 Reasons why Samsung Galaxy Note II is better

Comparing Samsung Galaxy Note II vs BlackBerry Passport

1.Significantly bigger screen size
5.5"vs 4.5" (BlackBerry Passport)
The bigger the screen size is, the better the user experience.
183gvs 196g (BlackBerry Passport)
3.Has a removable battery
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
The battery is removable and can be replaced by the user if broken.
80.5mmvs 90.3mm (BlackBerry Passport)
5.Has a BSI sensor
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
A BSI (backside illuminated) sensor is a camera image sensor which captures better quality images in poor lighting conditions, and offers better overall sharpness and image quality.
6.Has a video light
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
A video light helps when recording a movie in low-light situation like a party.
7.Has a serial shot mode
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
You can shoot multiple pictures in a row.
8.Has manual ISO
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
This allows to manually set the ISO level.
9.Has a stylus
A stylus lets you draw on the screen and take notes like with a pen
10.Has AMOLED display
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
AMOLED displays, also known as active matrix OLED displays, offer higher refresh rates and consume less power than other types of displays.
11.Has a stylus
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
A stylus is a pen-like accessory that allows you to interact with the touchscreen with greater precision, and is particularly useful for drawing and writing.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (API level 16)
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean (API level 18)
Yesvs No (BlackBerry Passport)
Samsung Galaxy Note II
Samsung Galaxy Note II specs
Samsung Galaxy Note II features
Samsung Galaxy Note II pros and cons
Samsung Galaxy Note II advantages
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