A new video of the camera app of the BlackBerry 10 has found its way on the internet brought to us by The Gadget Masters when conducting a demo of the pre-production of the BlackBerry Z10. This video showcases the features of the BlackBerry 10 camera app. The camera app has a whole host of features from basic features like increasing the brightness and the contrast of the photograph, fine tuning settings to improve sharpness, etc. it also has other features like tools to change frames, apply filters and modify an image. These are Instagram like filters.
RIM has been all along telling the public that the new Blackberry 10 is going to come with top class browser for HTML 5. A previous report stated that a leaked PowerPoint slideshow displayed screenshots of an online training for people in the advertising and sales world. It reiterates what RIM has been claiming about BlackBerry 10 so far, including that the OS is set to have the best-in-class browser for HTML5 compatibility and performance.
The leak also indicated that about 70,000 apps complete with strong developer support in the BlackBerry World would be made available. There isn’t word on if these apps would include ports or would be new apps all together, yet this is a huge number which will go in BlackBerry’s favor. The leak video also showed that the new BlackBerry will come with a 1,800 mAh battery, and will work on a Snapdragon S4 processor, and have a density of 356 pixels.
As curious as we are equally anxious is Research in Motion, Canada, that the launch of the Blackberry 10 will impact the market positively and ease up some of the hardship BlackBerry has been facing. The Company intends to have a demonstration showcasing the new OS that will run in a few chosen devices. In the words of RIM CMO Frank Boulben, RIM plans to introduce about BB10 devices in the present year, starting with a touch phone and one with type; QWERTY keyboard. More news on these will be released in the coming month. While talking to Fierce Wireless he said, "We intend over time as we transition the portfolio to have a full range of devices."
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