On the heels of official BlackBerry 10 invitation, Tihnte has posted bevy of pictures offering to show off BlackBerry 10′s user interface. The leaked photos show home screen, notifications system and several social apps such as Twitter, Facebook and FourSquare including BlackBerry 10 Hub.
As evident in images, RIM’s message centre allows users to view messages from multiple email accounts, BlackBerry Messenger, social networking sites such as Facebook, twitter, etc and text messages all in one location. The microphone logo in the centre of the UI clearly confirms that RIM has developed its own Siri-like application that will give users the ability to use voice commands on their BlackBerry 10 phone. More shots can be found at the Tinhte link below.
Past hardware images and video suggest that like Apple’s device the Blackberry will have bezels at top and bottom and will halt its inexorable slide out of the mobile business. The leaked images suggest RIM has finally dropped the keyboard in favour of a full touch screen device. Unlike the iPhone, the upcoming BlackBerry 10 has no home button and it is speculated that the BlackBerry OS will allow users to switch between applications without having to go via a home screen.
Cards will open when RIM will officially launch BlackBerry 10 on the 30th of January at Pier 36 in New York City at an event next year. After seeing flurry of leaked photos, how many of you are planning to buy BlackBerry 10?