Leaked Slides Show Screen Sharing And Other Features Of BlackBerry 10

While RIM has been on a downward spiral for some time, it seems that the company has now focused its entire energy on the upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices. From the leaked rumors and news, we have to admit that BB10 sounds very promising. Days ago, RIM’s CEO talked about the all-new interface of BB10. Now, some more leaked slides show that the software will be offering much more.

Screen sharing:
Screen sharing is not a novel concept. It has been around for quite some time and is something quite normal for desktop users. But, wouldn’t it be incredible to have the feature available in a smartphone? As far as we know, this feature still has to be widely implemented in the mobile platform. And BB10 may be pioneering the whole move. According to the leaked shots from CrackBerry, you will be able to ‘share’ your screen, say a friend you are video-chatting with.

This can be hugely beneficial for users, especially those from the corporate sector. How? Imagine you are stuck somewhere while actually, you had to be in a meeting given presentation. You can start video-chat with the audience there and share you screen and start giving a presentation right away! That can be an incredible addition to a smartphone.

Video editor:

According to the leaked slides, it is also being hinted that BB10 will come with a video editor. A video editor, on say a BB10 PlayBook, can be very useful for such users who are into video editing.

Other features:
Other features that are a part of BB10 according to CrackBerry, include a new lock screen and a notification system which will be able to display more information to you as you pick up the call.

News About BB10:
Finally, while all of us eagerly anticipate the launch of a BB10 device, that being the real ‘do or die’ gamble for RIM, it has been hinted that the device that we saw in some leaked shots, called Colt 2, will be equipped with BB10. It has sharp corners and metal edges and has a very sleek, handsome look.

Source: CrackBerry

Courtesy: The Verge

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