In the words of Thorsten Heins, CEO of RIM, “Let’s rock and roll this!” is a fitting description of what we are to expect in the new BlackBerry 10 operating system as it was unveiled for developers in Orlando, Florida.
Over 5000 developers and customers attended the Tuesday, Blackberry World 2012 show and as we saw glimpses of the new operating and its capabilities we will say that it does look very promising. If other features that we haven’t seen yet are like the new flow UI (flow user interface), intelligent touch keyboard and time wrap photo app then we can predict a turnaround for Research In Motion will definitely happen, which means better load up on the stock while it’s on the cheap.
One of the most interesting features to come out from a smartphone that no other company has done before is the flow UI. This is where you seamlessly and effortlessly move about how you interact with your smartphone and the things such as email, viewing documents are all running in real-time so there is never a need to leave or close one app and go to another, everything is displayed in the flow UI that just works together.
Another feature which we really like, although not new is the touch keyboard which is seen as standard on many smartphones these days, but what’s unique about RIM’s approach is how they make it intelligent by taking the physical keyboard that was in the BlackBerry and make it a seamless transition to the touch keyboard that allow you to type quickly and accurately. We thought that we see it all, but RIM’s has definitely improved on the concept of the touch keyboard features.
And for those photo enthusiasts, taking photos on the new BlackBerry 10 will make you look like pro, no more missed shots or closed eyes photos. You can rewind back and forth what photo you like to keep and send.
However, you don’t have to take our words for it, just watch the video below to see the new and truly amazing features which we wondered why Apple or Samsung haven’t thought of in their phone