Not long ago, we posted that RIM was working on bringing DLNA to BlackBerry smartphones and possibly the BlackBerry PlayBook and even more recently we noted they had signed on for the Digital Living Network Alliance. With a slew of BlackBerry 7.1 leaks out there now, we're getting up close and personal with what RIM has planned for future official releases.
If you managed to dig around those leaked versions, you would have found within the settings to enabled the BlackBerry Wireless Media Server. When enabled, you can stream all media content directly from your device be it music, videos, podcasts and you can also view images. Watch the video above to get a first look at DLNA running on BlackBerry smartphones. Also, I said "basically" a lot -- I'm sorry. I was just so excited to actually see it enabled.