BlackBerry 10 Screenshots Leak Revealing Voice Dictation, Twitter and Other Apps

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    Research In Motion has announced that it would be launching its new version BlackBerry 10 operating system in the global market. The company would be officially launching the product in less than a month. The information on the various features of the product can now be found in the company's website or other sources online.

    This series of Blackberry from RIM was one among the smartphones to be leaked through a set of photographs last week. The leakage also revealed the screenshots of platform application of Blackberry 10. Various online sources are now replete with Facebook, Foursquare and Twitter application info of the Blackberry 10 smartphone. Users can hence avail and take a closer look at the device online.

    BlackBerry 10 Screenshots Leak Revealing Voice Dictation, Twitter

    The previous versions from Blackberry included the quality voice command apps. Hence the users can expect Blackberry 10 with more advanced voice control applications. The other important features released by sources include the sidebar menu with easy-to-access options. The notifications can be read from the sidebar layout which represents options like chats or Facebook individually such that the user can access with a single click.

    Previously, the company shared the Facebook and Foursquare apps of its devices at BlackBerry Jam Americas. However the details about the operating system have not been revealed by the company. In addition to this, Research In Motion is expected to release two other Blackberry 10 devices very soon.
    Upon release, the version with its easily accessible features will turn out to be a treat for android lovers.

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