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BlackBerry reveals the Passport’s killer feature: The ability to look at x-rays of your lung


If you aren’t clamoring for the BlackBerry Passport yet, just wait until you see how well it can portray x-rays of your lungs. In a new post highlighting the Passport’s unique square display, BlackBerry says that the Passport’s resolution is perfect for seeing images accurately and clearly while noting that any doctor who wants to look at detailed x-rays on their smartphone couldn’t do any better than the device’s 4.5-inch screen. FROM EARLIER: BlackBerry says its square phone is already stealing back iOS and Android users “The above image portrays an x-ray of a lung viewed on the large square touchscreen found only on the BlackBerry Passport,” writes BlackBerry. “In situations where you need a greater view of documents, medical

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