Back In the Race - Blackberry Z10

Back In the Race - Blackberry Z10

RIM has finally set a date for the much anticipated unveiling of its new Blackberry Z10 OS smart phone on Jan 30. However, influential organization such as the German site Telekcom Presse were given a sneak peak prior to the scheduled launch. In Telekcom's early review, the Blackberry 10 was compared to Apple's flagship, the iPhone 5 for issues such as looks, functionality, special features and processing speeds.

A visual inspection of the 10Z reveals a strong similarity in looks to the iPhone 5. RIM's new smart phone is unlocked by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. The screen responds by dissolving seamlessly into the home screen. By swiping horizontally across the screen, the device goes to the app pages. By tapping the the scroll bar located at the bottom of the screen, you can navigate through pages of apps.

Borrowing a feature from the Windows phone, RIM is including “Active Frames” to the BB 10. Similar to Window's “Live Tiles”, frame updates can be seen at a glance. The Blackberry Hub is activated by swiping horizontally across the screen. The contacts cards include phone numbers email addresses and social network information. BB10 employs active frames, permitting you to see chats based on the group in which they reside. Pictures rotate in slide show fashion as they are uploaded to each group. Each person's card can be accessed by tapping on a person in a group.

BB 10's photo capabilities are one of its most desirable and innovative features. While the mechanics of taking photos with the device is largely the same as many other OS's, it incorporate features that are unique to the BB10. For example, shutter bugs will be able to employ a feature that allows you to tap on any part of the photo to make it the focal point of the photo. A great feature involves a function the enables you to edit the photo by literally going back in time to capture a selected edit and incorporate it into the final product. For example, if someone in the frame was captured with his eye closed, the feature permits you to isolate that part of the photo and correct it by reversing or forwarding only the person's face by several seconds to select a shot with his eyes open.

There is much more to the new blackberry BB10 Z and the early consensus is that the new RIM OS will prove to be a worthy contender to the throne that the iPhone 5 currently claims unchallenged.

Human Nature Helps for Passwords
Social Media Continues To Go Visual

Related Posts

By accepting you will be accessing a service provided by a third-party external to

Popular Blog Posts

11 December 2013
Web Design Blog
These days, almost everyone is online, and consequently cyber security is of ever-increasing importance. We’ve all heard stories about identity theft, password phishing, credit card fraud, and all sor...
05 April 2013
Web Design Blog
As Twitter's cultural and technical evolution continues, the dichotomy between its humble origins and it's current role as a powerful marketing vehicle is becoming evident. The sophistication of socia...
24 November 2016
Web Design Blog
So you have an interest in learning more about CSS and how it can help you advance your web design and computer programing skills. While CSS is a foundational part of the modern web and has changed th...
06 February 2013
Marketing Blog
Many factors go into executing a successful social media campaign. Proper rhythm and timing is essential in a successful post. Obviously, much of what that timing encompasses involves the geographic l...
09 June 2012
Company Blog
Flatbread has taken the world by storm, unfortunately for all the wrong reasons. Just because the bread has no yeast within it, doesn’t mean that’s simply good for you. In most cases, bread casaba is ...
15 August 2019
Web Design Blog
Bootstrap is a free and open-source front-end framework for designing websites and web applications. It contains HTML and CSS based design templates for typography, forms, buttons, navigation, and oth...
18 October 2011
Tech Blog
For those paralyzed from the neck down, controlling a wheelchair even with a joystick is impossible. Researchers at Japan's Miyazaki University have created a wheelchair that solves that problem with ...

Fields marked with * are required

Contact Final Web Design Today!

Call Today: Call us local at 305-812-5999 or nationally at 888-674-7779.

Email Us: Email us a message at "[email protected]" or fill out the contact form below and we will respond

Project Details:
Expertise Certification Google Partners Bing Elite Agency BBB Accredited Business INC 500
Wordpress Joomla Drupal Magento Dreameaver