One of the handsets will sport a physical QWERTY keyboard just like the Bold Touch 9900. This phone is likely to be the Blackberry Nevada. The other will sport a touchscreen. We’re guessing that this is the Blackberry London. Both phones will feature a new user experience called the Blackberry Flow.
Blackberry enthusiasts are sure to appreciate the ever too familiar QWERTY keyboard. However, loyal Blackberry fans have diminished throughout the years. Most of them have to switched to the iPhone and Android handsets such as the Samsung Galaxy S3, sporting more powerful specs and easy to use touch screens. It seems RIM is planning to win its fans back with their fully touchscreen smartphone the Blackberry London.
Blackberry 10 is RIM’s last hope. Throughout the years Blackberry handsets have lost market shares to the likes of iPhones and Android devices.
According to RIM, their next generation operating system offers “a truly unique mobile computing experience that constantly adapts to your needs. Our team has been working tirelessly to bring our customers innovative features combined with a best in class browser, a rich application ecosystem, and cutting-edge multimedia capabilities.”
Blackberry 10 comes with a number of new features. One of these new features is Blackberry Balance. It allows you to separate your work from your personal life. It allows you to disable work apps and emails and switch to personal apps and emails.
Blackberry Flow is an interface that allows users to seamlessly switch from app to app without having to leave the home screen.
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