From the looks of it all, RIM held a media briefing event across the big pond over in London, where additional photos of BlackBerry 10 emerge showing us some new things regarding the homescreen that we didn’t know about previously. Essentially, the briefing previewed the main homescreen and how the app tray is accessed by executing swipe left gesture – and from there, you can launch closed apps. Additionally, another new feature shown off is the ability to perform a swipe up from the bottom right corner to access the message inbox, which can be done at any time.
No doubt a tease at this point, it’s still nice for RIM to show off some of the platform’s extended features right now, especially when it’s still in the early stages of development. Of course, we’re crossing our fingers hoping that the final product will be tweaked and filled to the brim with all the modern conveniences we’d expect to find – in order for it to thrive in this always-volatile landscape.
source: CNET UK & Know Your Mobile via CrackBerry