Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion is nearing the release of a new flavor of its mobile operating system, namely BlackBerry 10.
The company has provided a variety of details on this OS only a few weeks ago, but it appears that it hasn’t delivered all of them.
A leaked internal document from the handset vendor, which emerged over at the CrackBerry forums
, has unveiled some additional pieces of information on what the upcoming BlackBerry 10 platform might include.
has decided to include a built-in screen sharing feature with the next-gen mobile operating system version.
The aforementioned leaked doc shows that users might be able to share the phone’s screen while in a call, which means great news for those who would like to share presentations with their contacts.
The mobile phone maker did not make an official announcement on the availability of this feature, and it might not include it in the final release, but it chances are it actually will.
Another great capability that BlackBerry devices
might sport when the new platform release arrives is video editing, through software provided by JayCut.
The leaked documents mention it, which suggests that it could indeed arrive on handsets. However, the same as with the aforementioned sharing capabilities, we’ll take this with a grain of salt until an official announcement is made.
The lock screen of BlackBerry 10 also appears to have leaked via said presentation
, showing a basic design, with the clock and notifications delivered to users without the need to unlock the device.
Tilting the device will deliver more info on a notification, while the unlicking is made through sliding the screen up to at least two thirds.
All these are great features, which should make BlackBerry users quite happy, provided that they will indeed make it to the new OS. Stay tuned for more on the matter.