Last week was held BlackBerry World and CEO of Research in Motion, Thorsten Heins, he devoted much of his keynote to the BlackBerry 10. The executive highlighted several aspects of the new operating system and the new keyboard and interface improvements.
however did not give too many details about the deeper features of the software, although filtered various data via CrackBerry forums. A user posted screenshots taken from an apparent source close to RIM, through which you can see new features as a video editor and “screen sharing” , to share the screen during sessions chat or video calls.
video editor would be developed by the team Jaycut, which was acquired by the Canadian corporation in July 2011. The option of “screen sharing” has been rumored for some time and would be one of the strongest points of BlackBerry 10, thanks to this tool users can show what happens on your screen to other users, in real time.
The new operating system from Research in Motion also include a new intelligent notification system like the Smart Alert Galaxy S III. If the filtered features are real, BlackBerry 10 has a very interesting potential. Hopefully RIM know use it.
Recall that the first smartphone with the BlackBerry software would be London (also rumored as BlackBerry Colt 2) and reach the market in October.
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