Posted on 31 January 2013.
Available on two new smartphones, the BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10, BlackBerry says it will offer users a “faster, smarter and smoother experience” than any previous BlackBerry.
Here, BlackBerry explains the key feaures:
The BlackBerry Hub, which is a single place to manage all your conversations, whether personal or work email, BBM messages, social media updates or notifications, and the ability to “peek” into the BlackBerry Hub from anywhere, so you’re always only one swipe away from what matters to you.
BlackBerry Flow enables features and apps to flow seamlessly together, helping you complete the task at hand. For example, you can tap on an attendee listed for a meeting to see their latest tweet or LinkedIn profile. Or tap the thumbnail of a picture you just took to launch the picture editor and apply a transformation or filter, then share it with your contacts.
A keyboard that understands and adapts to you, that learns what words you use and how you use them, then offers them up to you so you can type faster and more accurately.
BBM (BlackBerry Messenger), which allows you to share things with people. BBM in BlackBerry 10 introduces the ability to share your screen with another BlackBerry 10 contact.
BlackBerry Balance technology, which separates and secures work applications and data from personal content on BlackBerry devices.
Time Shift, a camera feature that lets you capture a group shot, plus Story Maker, which lets you bring a collection of photos and videos together, along with music and effects, to produce an HD movie that you can instantly share.
The new BlackBerry 10 browser includes many new features, supports multiple tabs, lets you browse sites privately, includes a reader mode, and integrates with the platform for easily sharing content.
BlackBerry Remember combines memos, tasks and much more into a single experience. It helps you organise and manage information you have on your smartphone around projects or ideas, letting you collect content such as websites, emails, photos, documents, and other files, and then, like a To-Do list, lets you create tasks, assign due dates and track your progress. If your BlackBerry 10 smartphone is set up with a work account, your Microsoft Outlook Tasks will automatically be wirelessly synced with BlackBerry Remember. If you have configured an Evernote account with your smartphone, BlackBerry Remember will sync Evernote workbooks as well.
BlackBerry Safeguard technology protects what is important to you, and the business you work for.
Built-in support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync so your BlackBerry Z10 or BlackBerry Q10 smartphone can be connected and managed as other ActiveSync devices in a company, or enabled with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 to gain secure access to work email, “behind the firewall” applications and data, and benefit from other security and enterprise mobility management features.
The BlackBerry World storefront now includes 70,000 BlackBerry 10 apps. In addition, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Foursquare apps for BlackBerry 10 are preinstalled, and BlackBerry 10 customers will have access to leading applications from across the globe.
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