List reveals some smartphone users who could benefit from the BlackBerry Passport's square screen

List reveals some smartphone users who could benefit from the BlackBerry Passport's square screen
The BlackBerry Passport is shaping up to be one of the most interesting devices expected in the second half of the year, right up there with the Apple iPhone 6 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. On the company blog Monday, freelance writer Matt Young discussed the 4.5 inch 1440 x 1440 square screen on the Passport, pointing out that based on "academic typology," 66 is the optimal number of characters on the line of a book. Young then pointed out that the typical rectangular smartphone screen carries 40 characters per line, while the Passport will show 60.

As a result, the BlackBerry Passport is, according to the writer, "the ideal device for reading e-books, viewing documents and browsing the web." And as Young points out, you won't have to worry anymore about being in portrait or landscape mode.

On the BlackBerry blog, the freelancer lists some examples of those who could benefit from the 1440 x 1440 resolution Passport screen. For example, Architects can see the entire schematics of a building, on the go. Doctors can not only see an entire x-ray on the screen, but the security inherent with BlackBerry devices means that HIPPA laws are being adhered to. Stock traders can load up their trading platform on the Passport and view a real-time chart while entering trades at the same time.

Despite the smaller 4.5 inch screen on the Passport, the square screen allows it to offer the same viewing space as a 5 inch phone, according to the writer. But the most important job that the BlackBerry Passport has, is to make the brand a choice once again for power users.



source: BlackBerry

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