Shortly after today’s keynote at BlackBerry Jam Americas, Research In Motion posted a number of videos giving us sneak peeks at a number of features in the upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system.
The first video previews Flow, BlackBerry’s new way of interacting with apps and data. It uses “active frames” to present key information as soon as the device is woken up. It also shows off the BlackBerry Hub, your central communication area.
Other videos show off the completely redesigned browser which incorporates BB10’s Peek and Flow concepts and the redesigned BlackBerry App World which will offer music, movies, and television shows as well as apps.
As well, you can now catch RIM’s CEO Thorsten Heins’s keynote speech if you missed it earlier today and a 14 minute BlackBerry 10 demo:
It all looks very promising. Early 2013 cannot get here fast enough!