Recently, Crackberry has released some exciting images, which provide a peek into core specs of upcoming Blackberry 10.2 platform.
Some time back, Blackberry rolled out BB 10.1 update to a majority of Blackberry devices and is now set to experiment some absolutely new specs with BB 10.2 update.
Blackberry 10.2 update was announced by Blackberry Product Manager Michael Clewley. It is expected to release late this year. Some of the exciting specs of Blackberry 10.2 were revealed by Clewley. Level 1 notifications, standard Unicode emojis, reminders and multiple alarms are a few of these features. Users would be able to respond to messages directly from the notification area.
BB 10.2 will allow direct support for Wi-Fi network. Users would be able to share content via Wi-Fi directly, without having the necessity of a router. Miracast would utilize Wireless Fiction Direct for high bandwidth transfer of multimedia to an external display.
Another exciting spec is running of headless applications in the background, which may be activated instead of running as a pane.
An analytics solution Flurry will be supported by Blackberry that will assist developers in understanding their customers better and construct utility applications via analytics solution. An integral smart card support has also surfaced that will facilitate BB 10 smartphones to serve as access cards to rooms/physical buildings through NFC. Geofencing on BB 10 devices will render developers the ability to construct applications that work with response to a user’s location.
Last but not the least, an unreliable but exciting rumor is up the fence, which says that BB 10.2 update would provide support for Android Jelly Bean applications. It is considerable because Blackberry Messenger is to be rolled out to Android this summer, which might be the base of a mutual-professionalism between Page and Theins.