A Complete Video Walkthrough of BlackBerry 10 OS

At the BlackBerry 10 Experience today, the focus was squarely on the software developed by QNX. While there was still considerable attention thrown at the launch of the Z10 and Q10 hardware, the BlackBerry company formerly known as RIM chose to spend the majority of its time showing off the virtues of its operating system.

We were fortunate enough to get a full walkthrough demo of all the features of BlackBerry 10 given by Arun Kumar, senior product manager of multimedia. Check it out below:

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Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • lradunovic77
    This thing owns iOS, Droid let alone Windows 8
  • sacre
    smooth? yes. i'm happy.

    This looks awesome. I really hope people take a liking to it. Thankfully this one won't need some form of antivirus like the virus ridden android. I mean really, antivirus on a phone? This is where iOS and Blackberry shine.
  • klarkmdb
    The Blackberry really does have an inclination to being used as a professional tool, and for personal too. (tho i've never owned one... yet).
  • chudei
    the map app never loaded lol
  • cknobman
    Not that impressive as chudei said maps app never loaded and presenter was pretty mum on commenting about whos providing the service on the backend.

    Did not like the keyboard as it did not really seem to give a clear indication of the key being pressed. Also key spacing looked pretty tight.
  • xaephod
    Looks ok. I don't see it as anything new or innovative. Maybe it will save RIM, we shall see. I won't be getting one. Very happy with my Android.
  • homiedontrightclick
    Nice try. Really. But I think iOS and Android are too well entrenched and have too many fans now. I just don't see BlackBerry as being able to move in and care out its own space. There really isn't much left to do with cell phones. Make them faster? Increase screen size? Til when though? Till you have a small tablet/phone hybrid? Theres nothing for them to do/invent to stand out in my opinion.