More BlackBerry 10 screenshots leak
connect up to 8 devices at once. That is up from the 5 allowed with BlackBerry 7 OS. Other screenshots show off the messages screen and the results of the brower's HTML5 test, which resulted in a score just 15 points short of perfection. That should make BlackBerry fans hopeful that the browser will continue to improve.
As we get closer to the end of the year, not only will there me some more serious leaks, but the excitement is going to build. This could be RIM's last chance to keep the BlackBerry name relevant and with the Apple iPhone 5 already launched, and Windows Phone 8 expected in November along with the LG Optimus G, RIM will apparently have the playing field all to itself in January, which means no excuses.
source: BlackBerryItalia.it (translated) via BerrryReview
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6. wendygarett (limited) 6 days ago posted on 25 Sep 2012, 01:44 0 17
But I still prefer Apple map tho :)
Let wait and see, I also wanna taste it anxiously
14. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 25 Sep 2012, 03:40 1 2
oh wendy.. you did not just said that!!
what if the maps is made by navteq or base on google(but i doubt that!)? you still think BlackBerry maps is lowsy.. and apple maps is better? no!
you're pic really ressemble to you..
you cant accept that apple maps is a huge fail!!!
CONE OF SHAME!!!
8. Mittal posted on 25 Sep 2012, 01:47 1 2
dont know.. BB is just not exciting anymore..
It might make good business sense as far as data security is concerned... But if that is not a concern then i need to know areas where BB bests iOS or mainly Android...
On top of that their expensive services
26. Nikolas.Oliver (limited) posted on 25 Sep 2012, 04:56 0 2
STRONGLY AGREE!! bb fanboys have to accept that fact that bb is dying, i have no idea why some people think that bb is good
16. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 25 Sep 2012, 03:49 1 3
not really... since PlayBook has the same interface of BlackBerry 10!
5. Berzerk000 posted on 25 Sep 2012, 01:43 3 1
Blackberry Maps? It would be a shame if that turned out to be better than Apple Maps... For a giant company like Apple with billions at their disposal to go into development, to be bested by a company barely hanging on. It would throw that "Nothing's perfect when it first launches" argument out the window, and everyone will just have to accept that Apple just did a terrible job.
Anyways, I'm interested in BB10. From all the press and screenshots, it looks nice. Let's just hope RIM can get it out a bit earlier than January, the longer the wait the less of an impact they'll have, or maybe the anticipation will only grow; it could go either way.
15. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 25 Sep 2012, 03:45 4 3
really amazing RIM.. even though people think you're out of the game anymore but still... you still believe in your company wich is the best example of a winner!
voice assistant in works..
BlackBerry maps in works...
a lot more goodies in works...
and what else? im so ready for a BlackBerry 10!!
17. htcEVOlution posted on 25 Sep 2012, 03:54 3 2
I've always liked BlackBerry... Had 2 devices from them. I think they'll always be in the mobile OS game, maybe not as popular as the "common" iOS devices, as it seems that most of their customers from what I see are wealthy business people and other high-end clients.
31. Nikolas.Oliver (limited) posted on 25 Sep 2012, 05:07 1 2
not really ! in my country (bb nation) the scavengers are using BB TORCH!!! i swear!
bb torch is equal to 370 bucks
you can't judge people's economy by their phones, im not rich but i can afford the gnex, on the other hand my rich friends are only using bb curve 8520
23. li0nh3art posted on 25 Sep 2012, 04:30 3 1
Like it or not, but we need Blackberry to enter the market with a new OS for the Sake of competition. It will be a huge win for consumers. More competition will lead to more innovation.
24. thelegend6657 posted on 25 Sep 2012, 04:53 4 1
Looks like a mash up of meego , android and iOS
32. pyradark posted on 25 Sep 2012, 06:31 1 0
Owner of playbook, i think they still have a chance for OS10
33. rickbubello posted on 25 Sep 2012, 09:09 1 1
Heres my take not like anyone gives a rats ass:
I own an iphone 5 because someone didnt want theirs so i traded my galaxy s3 which was nicer but the signal sucked. I have been an android guy before this since the beginning and always had a blackberry as well. I loved the blackberry bold 9930 except for the camera- the keyboard was out of this world good and phone felt amazing in the hand but the browser and lack of apps led me to return to android at the time.
I truely hope blackberry turns it around, they are a great phone but need to either get android on their system or license out blackberry os10. Their phones create great signal strength and have good build quality, but their os7 was terrible for how long it took to get to the public. This long delay for bb10 will make or break the company but i think there is space out in the market for windows, ios, android and blackberry to meet all peoples needs
34. cornerofthemoon posted on 25 Sep 2012, 09:29 1 1
It looks a lot like webOS, but that is not necessarily a bad thing.
35. DonMateo28 posted on 25 Sep 2012, 17:31 0 0
As far as a comsumer based you can almost rule BB out, but as far as the business aspect i still think they are #1, i don't see ruling out BB anytyme in the near future where they are business they are blackberry. But i don't see them being a threat in regards to being on top. But i for one will be saving my upgrade for the new bb10 but will wait til they have em refurbish online for penny like the last three upgrades i got. In my opinion in order for it to sell successfully it need to offer at an affordable price like 199.99 since BB isn't really a top of the game right now, you have no reason to charge your typical 299.99 and up plus mail in rebate prices on ANY blackberry devices.