Our US cousins wentat BlackBerry World, but it RIM seemed to be keeping schtum about a few features.
Well thankfully a forum user going by the name of Biggulpseh has leaked details aplenty on the new OS over at CrackBerry. So what can we expect? Well there's screen sharing, a tilt-sensitive lock screen that pushes notifications your way based on the device's movement, and a video editor. This way for more details.
Presentation slides reveal the details. If they're genuine, then it looks like screen sharing will be a feature of BlackBerry 10. You'll be able to share your screen while on a call too, which is handy as you can talk through it with someone without having to call back, whether it be something as important as a business presentation or just a picture of some kittens.
Details are scant on the video editor, but it's thought to be the result of an acquisition of Swedish company Jaycut. A new lock screen will let you see a load of information without having to unlock the phone, such as a clock, and notifications. And apparently you'll be able to see more by tilting the handset -- so if a text comes in, tilt the phone one way to see who sent it, then another way to see the next line of text.
When our US cousins went hands-on with the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device, a natty predictive text ability to speed up typing was revealed, which you can see in the video below. The camera app is also said to feature a time-turning feature to shift the exact moment a pic was snapped, to eliminate people blinking and ruining it. See RIM, this is the kind of thing we want to see, not a load ofand .
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