Research In Motion (RIM) is however working hard to get numerous features for its upcoming BlackBerry 10 device, which is expected to debut in the first quarter of 2013. BB10 is also one of the upcoming proprietary mobile operating system that was to integrated onto the BlackBerry smartphone an tablets, and particularly its based on QNX which was acquired by RIM in April 2010. The platform was originally called BBX but this was changed when RIM was blocked from using the BBX trademark after legal action from BASIS International, who already uses it for their software.
Apart this, BlackBerry phones ar not know for best photo editing devices, especially when any third-party software installed. Already, we saw a video of RIM’s new voice activated virtual assistant in BlackBerry 10, and now we have some more details on other new features that will be available in the OS.
Today, the guys over at CrackBerry have pushed out a video together with a new native picture editor app that will be available in BlackBerry 10, you can see it in action below.
A prototype of a photo-editing app that allows users to edit photographs with BlackBerry 10 devices. The app lets users add Instagram-style filters to their photographs, resize them, remove noise, adjust hue and saturation and a lot more.