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Will the RIMpire strike back with new OS BlackBerry 10
(10-01-2013)
 
Will the RIMpire strike back with new OS BlackBerry 10
 

Will the RIMpire strike back with new OS BlackBerry 10?

Research in Motion’s much awaited OS BlackBerry 10 will be launched in the first month of 2013. Reportedly, India might need to wait a few more weeks to experience the new BB10.
The ...hands-on experience with the BB10 Dev Alpha B is important because strong rumours state that specs of the BB10 Dev Alpha B are almost identical to the final Z10 BB10 full touch Smartphone that comes with the following features:

• a dual core 1.5GHz TI OMAP 4470 processor
• a 4.2-inch display with 1280 x 768 resolution and an amazing 356 PPI (pixels per inch), which leaves the iPhone's Retina display with 326 PPI quite far behind.
• Connectivity options would include NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, 3G and Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n)
• an 8MP AF shooter and a 2MP front facing camera with 1080p video recording
• micro HDMI-Out for AV with micro USB for PC interfacing and charging
• And lastly, 2GB of RAM with 16GB of internal storage

There were also some rumours of a monster 2800 mAh battery being in a later BB10 device that would be powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz processor. The beta OS on the BB10 Dev Alpha B device was found to be smooth and highly responsive when a demo was done. The keyboard of BB10 is found to be much better than the Android one’s, even of large devices such as Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

The individual keys appear perfectly spaced with suggested words popping up not just at the top of the keyboard but across individual keys. RIM claims the new BlackBerry 10 keyboard learns a user's writing style and suggests words to help them type faster and accurately. And if you tend to mistype certain letters, the keyboard will remember and subtly adjust to make sure you hit the right key.

One more exciting new feature of BB10 is the Hub. It compiles e-mails, messages, calendars, calls, and social networks to make user access easier and faster with just a swipe or two. While using the Hub, a user does not have to switch from one app to another, like on iOS or Android Smartphone. BlackBerry 10 is RIM’s shot for a comeback and with a strong marketing campaign, new innovations and good foundations; RIM might just be able to tailgate iOS and Android.