Research In Motion has previewed more features in BlackBerry 10 user experience at its developer's event BlackBerry Jam. During the keynote, RIM's CEO Thorsten Heins provided a more in-depth look at some of the core features that will be delivering with BlackBerry 10, including BlackBerry Flow and the BlackBerry Hub. Here's more info:
. BlackBerry Flow delivers a new, unique user experience for total integration across all apps. . With all notifications going to the BlackBerry Hub, customers stay connected with ease and move quickly through tasks. . With BlackBerry 10 there's no need to jump in and out of an app to complete a task. . Customers can immediately see, gather and then share information, naturally and seamlessly flowing through the platform.
Other key information shared during today's keynote includes:
. The BlackBerry user base to approximately 80 million (up from 78 million at the end of Q2FY2012). . The position in social communications is strong with 60 million BBM subscribers and 60 million users of our Facebook app. . BlackBerry 10 is on track for launch in the first quarter of calendar 2013 -- carrier lab entries are starting next month and some top enterprises are already beta testing BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.