By Jimmie Geddes email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Jan 17, 2013 09:48 AM EST
RIM's Official BlackBerry 10 (as known as BB10 or BB 10) training manual has leaked with less than two weeks to go before RIM unveils the OS and new smartphones to the world. This PowerPoint presentation also uncovers more details about the specs of the smartphone and new information in regards to the BlackBerry 10 OS.
CrackBerry posted the Powerpoint presentation and it shows a walkthrough of BlackBerry 10 features and also includes a slide showing specs of RIM's flagship smartphone. The device will ship with a Qualcom S4 CPU, efficient QNX kernel, 4.2-inch 356 ppi (pixels per inch) 720p display, and an1800 mAh battery.
RIM also highlights that there will be more than 70,000 QNX apps in its BlackBerry World app store at launch. I applaud RIM, that's a very impressive number of apps made available at launch of a new platform.
RIM might seriously have a chance of regaining some of the market share it lost to iOS and Android. Things are looking good over at the BlackBerry camp. I'm actually tempted to want to try out a BlackBerry 10 smartphone. If RIM can make this Apple/Android fanboy want to try out BlackBerry 10, I can't even imagine how many regular people will also feel the same way.