RIM Flaunts ‘Blackberry Z10′ with BB10 OS

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On February 7, 2013
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What seems to be a breathtakingly beautiful device with an equally amazing hardware and all eyes are set on the events that have taken place all over the world to launch BlackBerry 10 OS. Research In Motion may have lagged behind in the race thanks to tough competitors like Android and iOS however Z10 has managed to build curiosity and intrigue. Can BlackBerry reclaim its prime spot?? Let’s wait and watch!

Androids and iPhones can say hello to their brand new competitor that runs on a novel OS. Its a touch screen device without a keyboard or navigation tools and for third party applications serves as a platform. For those of you still guesstimating have more than one reason to rejoice for the new improved BlackBerry is finally here.

Research In Motion had a solid value proposition in the market, however its prime position dwindled with the arrival of iPhone back in 2007 and since then it has been rather rough. RIM which will now officially be called BlackBerry is confident that the release of their 2 smartphones will help them reclaim the lost glory.

BB10 is the operating service for one of its smartphones called the Z10. It is this OS which in fact plays a critical role and for those who are probably thinking that it is similar to the old Blackberry platform with some modifications may hold the thought. Seasoned BlackBerry users will also find the new OS foreign as the user interface is so unique.

Hardware: Z10 has sleek plastic look, moderate in size and weight that feels rather good when in hand. It has a high-resolution screen that is 4.2-inches. The camera at the back is the usual 8 megapixels, a removable battery and promises 16GB of storage space. You could also put in a microSD card that is up to 32GB to increase it.

User Interface: It can show up to eight simultaneously running applications and these are called Active Frames. The device shows the last screen that was on when unlocked. The swiping gestures are relatively simple to remember and use.

BlackBerry Hub and Flow: The Canadian firm has put in a lot of creativity and time to redesign a novel user interface that is labelled the “Flow for BlackBerry 10” which is believed to be much more efficient and rather effortless for users to navigate. Irrespective of what the user may be doing, BlackBerry Hub will get all the calender events, notifications, feeds and so on at all times.

BlackBerry Keyboard: The Z10 has a virtual keyboard that is swift and simple to use. Typing will be made super fast for this unique feature understands your style of writing and makes the necessary accommodations to boost your speed and accuracy.

BlackBerry Balance: Balance has been very aptly named so, for it provides a superlative manner in which both the business needs as well as the individual needs can be taken care off without either feeling compromised. So your work data and your personal data and applications can be maintained separately. And if you are wondering how that happens is just as simple as switching work to personal profile. Because the work profile is completed secure and encrypted, it empowers firms to protect their official data while also allowing users to get the best smartphone experience.

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Voice and Camera: The camera entails a super cool feature that is named TimeShift which permits you to make amendments to individual faces in a group shot to enable a different view of them whereas voice calls are crystal clear.

Data Speeds: Z10 uses the LTE networks with the most consistent speed.

 

What seems to be a breathtakingly beautiful device with an equally amazing hardware and all eyes are set on the events that have taken place all over the world to launch BlackBerry 10 OS.

Research In Motion may have lagged behind in the race thanks to tough competitors like Android and iOS however Z10 has managed to build curiosity and intrigue. Can BlackBerry reclaim its prime spot?? Let’s wait and watch!

 

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markdwayne

Mark Dwayne is a freelance content writer by profession. Gadgets and Internet technology are his topics of interest and he finds immense pleasure in writing article on Internet technology.

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