With just three weeks left until BlackBerry 10’s official launch, Research In Motion is testing its first devices with more than 150 carriers around the globe.
Some of them have already confirmed they will carry one or both BlackBerry 10 smartphones that will be announced on January 30, while others are still testing these handsets to see if they prove to be tempting enough for their customers.
During Consumer Electronics Show 2013 (CES), in Las Vegas, Jeff Gadway, senior manager of BlackBerry Product Marketing, took the wrap off some of the best features of BlackBerry 10 operating system.
In a 5-minute demo for Forbes, Gadway highlights the main advantages of the BlackBerry Hub, Peek and Flow technology and virtual keyboard.
In fact, RIM claims BlackBerry 10 provides the best keyboard on glass experience thanks to the technology integrated. Check out the video above and stay tuned for more of these demos (hopefully).