BlackBerry’s unconventional Passport smartphone has won awards left and right. The latest comes from technology site TechnoBuffalo.

Their readers were polled in a round of head-to-head mobile shootouts, with BlackBerry 10 devices fairing quite well.

Ultimately, the BlackBerry Passport reigned supreme, beating the Motorola Droid Turbo, Galaxy Note 4, HTC One M9 and the OnePlus One.

The Passport with it’s 4.5-inch display and touch-enabled keyboard is BlackBerry’s currently most specced out device; rocking 3GB of RAM, Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.26GHz, 32 GB of storage (upgradeable up to 128 GB via microSD) 13 MP camera and 2 MP front-facing camera all coupled with a 3,450mAh battery.

Last year, TechnoBuffalo also gave another BlackBerry a prestigious award with the BlackBerry Z30 winning Smartphone of the Year 2014.

It’s certainly great to see, what some may consider an underdog, come out fighting with the support of the BlackBerry community.

If you’re still on the fence if you should take the plunge, read our BlackBerry Passport review to find out if it’s the device for you.