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BB10 release date
Blackberry 10 and its accompanying devices will be announced on the 30th of January, and if you’re already considering Blackberry 10 as your next mobile operating system of choice, be sure to check back here then for more details!
BlackBerry 10 is a version of RIM’s operating system (OS) for its smartphones. Also called BB10, the OS is completely new, and RIM (Research in Motion) claims that there is not a single line of code from previous BlackBerry OS in this version, which is based on code from QNX, an operating system that is mainly used for embedded systems like cars etc… It’s a much more complex OS than iOS or Windows Phone, but there are only so many ways to re-invent the smartphone wheel; in the case of BB 10, RIM has gone for usable power over rows of easy to use icons.
BlackBerry 10 has had plenty of hardware leaks, relating in the most part to the Z10, which from the look of it will be the flagship launch touchscreen phone from RIM. There are another five BB10 phones due out in 2013, of which the X10 is the only one for which we have a name.
BlackBerry Z10 is a touchscreen phone with a 4.2-inch screen at a resolution of 1280 x 768. The Z10, formerly known as the BlackBerry London, also features a dual-core 1.5GHz OMAP 4470 processor with 2GB of RAM. That isn’t Galaxy S3 standards of speed, but then we can’t be sure what sort of a processor hog BB10 is. Chances are, this phone will be fast. That 2GB of RAM will also be excellent for multi-tasking.
As for the rest of the hardware, the Z10 is rumoured to ship with 16GB of internal memory, expandable with a microSD card. Then there is a 2100 mAh battery inside which keeps things ticking over and should, given its size and the processor’s power, last longer than a day.
The phone will weigh around 125g and be 129 x 65 x 8mm in size. Fairly pocketable then. On the back there will be an 8-megapixel camera and on the front a 1.9-megapixel offering.
The phone will also ship in white.
It wouldn’t be RIM if there wasn’t some sort of BlackBerry 10 device with a Qwerty keyboard. The N-Series X10 looks to be just that.
The specs and details are a lot more thin on the ground in the case of the X10. What we know is, that it will be running on BB10 and that it has a Qwerty keyboard. Design, if leaked pictures are to be believed, is in keeping with some of BlackBerry’s other Qwerty handsets, keyboard keys being separated by four silver bars.BB10 pricing
Amazingly pricing for the Z10 has already materialised. If rumours are correct, BGR is pointing to the handset being priced in at below the US’s usual $199 flagship phone. The Droid DNA or iPhone 5 both retail for that sort of price on most US networks.
Switch that to UK pricing and we imagine the phone will cost say around ￡50 on a ￡40 a month contract. The 4G connectivity might bump prices up a bit on EE. Until things are announced, we really can’t be sure.BB10 Software
As we mentioned earlier, BB10 is a big departure from RIM’s conventional way of doing things. The software has already been released to some developers in alpha form.
The whole operating system runs on gestures related to where you touch the screen. Think of it slightly like a PlayBook. Tap the top of the screen in an app, for example, and slide down and you will open up options for the OS, such as phone and messages. Slide up from the bottom and you can leave the application. Notifications are bottom to right and swapping to the home screen is from centre to left or right.
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“Nobody should have to worry about opening apps,” said Thorsten Heins, CEO of RIM, at BBJam. “They should just be there.”
Instead, users of BB10 (short for BlackBerry 10 if you hadn’t guessed), will be able to flow around the operating system continually, always able to Peek at their notifications at any time and return to the unified inbox with a swipe of a finger.
It is this BlackBerry Hub, as RIM is calling it, that will now be the central focus of the operating system. Within the hub, a swipe to the right reveals the individual inboxes you have, whether work email or personal, or more social services such as Facebook, Linkedin or Twitter. Pulling down from the top lets you glance into the future, revealing your next couple of calendar appointments.
The always available approach continues to flow elsewhere in the OS too. Contact cards, which are available by clicking on an email recipient’s name, automatically tap into and feed off other apps and data.
RIM detailed to Pocket-lint how users will be able to click on a contact they are about to meet and see past correspondence – as they would in Windows Phone, for example – but then also see any company related news associated with their account by Linkedin or other social networks.
“It gives you a mini-briefing on the person you are about to meet,” Michael Clewley, Director of handheld software product management at Research In Motion, explained to Pocket-lint ahead of the formal announcement.
But it isn’t just about BlackBerry Hub: RIM has also released further details on new BBM integration for BB10 with multi-language support for those that like to write in many different languages at the same time.
The phone will still have apps but, like the PlayBook OS, apps now sit on top of the BlackBery Hub like a deck of playing cards. Paused to save battery life, developers will be able to show active data in the app window so they aren’t just static icons.
Elsewhere, the BlackBerry App World will be getting a refresh, the browser has been improved and games -thanks to some help from the purchase of Score Loop Mobile earlier in the year – will become more social too.
“We are going from an iExperience to a WeExperience,” added Clewley, having a dig at the market leader.
The company has also further detailed how BlackBerry Balance will work. The system will allow users to have what effectively is two separate devices on a single smartphone with apps and information kept separate by an invisible divide.
“You won’t be able to copy and paste from your personal account to your work account for example,” Clewley explains, before going on to explain that you’ll be able to have separate apps too.
There will be some apps that share data, where relevant, like calendar or email. However if you are in “Personal” mode you will only be able to see the times blocked out, or for emails, read them only if you enter your work password.
Trying to prove that there is plenty to the new OS, RIM also showed off its new camera app, called TimeShift. It will let you rewind faces individually within a photo to make sure everyone is smiling. Once captured and saved it will save only the final image rather than fill your photo gallery with lots of pictures that look the same. It’s very clever.
At the end of the day when you want to put the device to sleep, RIM says all you have to do is drag the finger down on the screen.
RIM promised this was just a glimpse of what will be available for launch, which RIM says is still very much on schedule for a Q1 launch window around the globe.
To demo the new operating system, RIM has announced it is releasing a second developer device called the Alpha Dev B – Clewley says that they’ve already given out 5,000 of the first version – that will allow developers who apply to see how some of the new features work without actually giving them a full working phone.
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