Blackberry 10 OS – Coming Soon. But Will It Be A Success?

Blackberry 10 OS – Coming Soon. But Will It Be A Success?

Blackberry 10 OS – Coming Soon. But Will It Be A Success?

by January 26, 2013 0 comments

RIM is all set to launch its brand new operating system – the Blackberry 10 along with a few new Blackberry devices. While too little is know about the innovation, the OS is already surrounded with a huge bundle of rumours and speculations. However, a few reliable source do offer a clear insight into what we can expect this time from the smartphone giant.

Blackberry 10 OSOne amazing thing that might impress you in the brand new intelligent keypad. As you type words, related suggestions pop-up just above the keypad and not in the text note, and this seems to be quite justified, as users while typing prefer looking at the keypad and not the text note, which makes it easy to instantly select the most appropriate suggestion. Above all, the OS is also capable of suggesting you the most accurate word that you are looking for, as it frequently scans your previous text messages for words that you mostly use.

Accordingly to an executive at Blackberry, the in-built browser is much faster as compared to some of the most popular present-day browsers including Chrome and Safari. Apart from the brand new operating system, you also get to enjoy a whole bundle of new apps exclusively from the Blackberry App World which will soon be named as ‘Blackberry World’. At launch, the Blackberry World is expected to have more than 70000 apps which includes 90 % of the top 600 apps meant for other platforms.

As the rest of the OS specifications seem to be highly rumoured, it won’t be wise to comment on them at least for now. So, you might probably have to wait while the OS is officially launched and made available to the general public.


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