If you haven’t heard, RIM, maker of all things BlackBerry has been going through what can only be considered massive changes in order to reclaim its top spot in the smartphone world. They are actively seeking contention plans for purchase, and the even recently just sold the company jet in order to save $1 Billion. One thing that we know is that for RIM to make BB10 a success, they’ll need continued support from developers, and having a major developer like Facebook on board is a great start.
What we see here is a slide showing the prototype Colt, the BlackBerry 10 full touchscreen device, doing some photo sharing. After accessing the Share menu, you will be presented with the different connected services you wish to share with. Paired with the camera that was demoed earlier this year with the release of the BlackBerry Dev Alpha device, and the new OS, sharing photos and other media will be even easier.
I am trying to patiently wait for a new BlackBerry touchscreen experience, which will come early next year, and leaked slides like this only make me wish RIM could have gotten it out before the end of 2012.
via ~ Crackberry
Source ~ N4BB