Here are the first photos of the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device which RIM CEO Thorsten Heins exposed off in the keynote few moments ago. Even though it is simply intended for developers at this point , it looks slick ! More than the components the BlackBerry 10 UI seems amazing. The software packages a gesture based on screen keyboard and a modern multi-tasking interface.
At BlackBerry World in Florida, the new Research In Motion CEO, Thorsten Heins exposed the upcoming BlackBerry 10 and the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha. This system operates BlackBerry 10 OS and is not for end-users but for developers so that they can get ready the appropriate applications for the consumer quality device when it releases later this year.
RIM has just taken the lid off its BlackBerry 10 dev alpha kit. What you are look at is basically a small PlayBook, with a similar design and GUI. RIM has not specific the internals of it, but some primary specifications are known: it has a 4.2-inch screen with a 1280×768 resolution, 16GB of storage space, and 1GB of RAM. The dev alpha is also said to have a small HDMI port, a microSD card slot, 3.5mm headphone port, and three level volume rocker.
The device is known simply as BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha and it sports a 4.2-inch display with a 1280x 768 p resolution. Like many other future cell phones this one has a micro SIM slot, micro HDMI port and visibly a micro USB port for charging and debugging. It also contains Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
Other requirements of this system which many end-users may never hold in their hands consist of 16GB of built-in storage space, back camera, front side experiencing camera, 3.5 mm headset port and a notifications LED in the front. As for now these are the only known requirements for this device.
Overall, the new OS looks ensuring and it may have the capability to help RIM get back in the market. We are desperately looking forward to the release of customer conventional BlackBerry 10 device and wish that the company gets it right this time.
The back side of the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha smart phone also looks like the rear of a BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, but its camera and flash are located on a corner of the device's rear panel.
Individually, I’m awesome impressed with the new key pad, you can get a glance of it in the video Above.