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Some BlackBerry users will get the chance to test pre-release BlackBerry 10 products

Some BlackBerry users will get the chance to test pre-release BlackBerry 10 products
Some BlackBerry users who have been members of the Beta Zone, will soon have the opportunity to test out pre-release BlackBerry 10 products. An email sent out to these 'Berry owners is telling them, that their past participation in the Beta Zone qualifies them to test software updates, and report on bug fixes. Once a BlackBerry 10 user receives an email inviting him to join the program, the next step is to take a survey to see if  he or she qualifies to be a member.

The email notes a few times that users will be required to use their current BlackBerry 10 flavored handset. This means that it won't be new BlackBerry handsets you'll be checking out, so get that image of you testing the BlackBerry Passport out of your mind.

Just because you won't be testing hardware doesn't make this job any less important. An example of what you might be testing on your phone, is the BlackBerry Blend feature. This will eventually allow you to pair your BlackBerry 10 handset with a PC or tablet, and share BBM, emails, texts, calendar and contacts. Blend is showing up on official images for both the BlackBerry Passport and the BlackBerry Classic.

With over 400,000 BlackBerry members in the Beta Zone, you might have some tough competition. But if you do get selected, you will have access to programs, apps and updates, many of which the public has no idea about.

source: Crackberry

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