Research In Motion is still tight-lipped on what its upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system will have to offer to users, yet info on the matter is slowly emerging online, via various leaks.
New screenshots with the platform
are now available for your viewing pleasure, confirming that there will be a Maps application available in the OS, and that users will also benefit from NFC support.
Moreover, a Mobile HotSpot application with support for up to 8 Wi-Fi-enabled devices will also be included in the platform, a nice enhancement over the feature present in BlackBerry 7 OS.
The upcoming platform version will also come with an HTML5 browser, which should deliver great performance levels, at least this is what one of the screenshots that BlackBerryItalia.it
brought online shows.
The first BlackBerry 10 devices
are set to arrive on shelves in early 2013, which means that additional info on the platform will emerge soon, so stay tuned.