BlackBerry users are still eagerly waiting for BlackBerry 10.1 to be released to the masses later this year, but that isn't stopping the Canada-based BlackBerry from getting cracking on BlackBerry 10.2. A new video takes a close look at the new build.
BlackBerry has already confirmed a slew of features, like being able to set a time to remember an item, send Emojis in messages, set multiple alarms, and receive "level 1 notifications". The video released on Thursday shows enhancements to the user interface, BBM Channels pre-installed, a revamp to BBM and the many changes to the clock app.
As for BlackBerry 10.1, betas have suggested we'll see HDR photo options, new help demos upon first boot for new users, ability to turn off alerts for specific apps, BlackBerry World coupon redemption and the ability to paste phone numbers right into the phone application. No word on a release, but it can't be too far off.