It shows how gesture motions will be used on the device
With less than two months left until Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion makes the BlackBerry 10 platform and the first smartphones powered by it official, users can already have a closer look at what these devices will have to offer.A new video demo of a BlackBerry 10 L-Series smartphone is now available online for your viewing pleasure (courtesy of BBVietnam), and can be seen embedded above.
The clip provides us with a glimpse at how the device takes advantage of gesture motions, and resembles a lot the video tutorials available for the BlackBerry PlayBook, CrackBerry notes.
RIM’s BlackBerry 10 L-Series handsets will be full-touch devices, and gestures will be an important aspect of the user experience. However, the handset vendor will also launch BB10 devices with physical QWERTY keyboards.