BlackBerry published a new picture of a white BlackBerry Passport with an x-ray of a person's lungs. So what you may ask? Well, this was brilliance in the way they've done it. They've fired another shot across the bow of other devices by touting the BlackBerry Passport's 1,440 x 1,440 pixel screen. It's clarity may mean the difference between life and death.
The square 4.5" screen provides "unique clarity and dimensions for a smartphone." Using the example of an x-ray, BlackBerry just showed the Passport as an incredible tool for the doctor "where decisions can be a matter of health or safety, seeing the whole picture in detail is invaluable." Imagine your doctor having the power of BlackBerry helping cure you by using his Passport. In the age of electronic records, this is a boon to healthcare immediacy and efficiency. It is life saving technology.
Maybe a doctor could use it to diagnose BGR's problem of Head Up Their Rectum Syndrome after their headline on the BlackBerry article.