With the emergence of the Android phones and the continued popularity of the iPhone, Blackberry has seen its popularity decline over the last several years. However, it’s dead-set on making a comeback … and plans to do so with the upcoming launch of the Blackberry 10.
This clip was shown by Thorsten Heins during the BlackBerry World 2012 keynote general session, in which RIM (the parent company behind the once-predominant device) shares a first look at some of what they’re building for the BlackBerry 10 platform.
As shown in the clip, the new device boasts a shape similar to that of the iPhone 4, and offers a new touch-screen. It features an all-new keyboard experience that learns as the user types, while key amenities include predictive text which allows those pressed for time that ability to swipe suggestions onto the screen.
This just a sneak peek at the Blackberry 10. At press time, further details were unknown. So, stay tuned…