Here's another look at the BlackBerry 10 OS in action [video]

By Adam Zeis on 12 Dec 2012 10:09 am EST
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In case you haven't had your fill of BlackBerry 10 after checking out those sweet new images of the L-Series device, here's another look at the BB10 OS in action. The folks over at bbnews.pl did a quick hands-on and showed off the BlackBerry HubActive FramesBlackBerry Balance, the native weather app, the clock and more.

Personally, I love each and every one of these videos that pops up. I'm always eager to see BB10 in action even if it's just another angle or a new native app. Also noted is that the device had maps with naviagtion, a voice control app and a photo editor that couldn't be shown on video. Check out the video above for all the goodness and let us know what you think in the comments.

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Here's another look at the BlackBerry 10 OS in action [video]

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Did you see the magnified glass/ bubble for text selection? @ 1:52

Is that new, or have I never noticed it in other posts?

It's new in the sense that I have never seen anyone touch inside the message before, but it could have been there along. There has a been a lot of talk or wondering how one could/would do any corrections without having to swipe back over anything you typed on a touchscreen device

Anyone else notice the Hub getting more "colorful"?

I don't know why, but it seems more vibrant recently. Like different notification "logos"

Yes, the top part has been set to blue. I wonder if it can be customized throughout the applications. Logos were there before.

Anyone notice that THE BERRY BUTTON IS BACK? On screen of course! It's for the Hub, but it's still everyone's favourite menu key back in action. Previous previews had no berry button, if I remember correct.

Editted for clarity of button function

How is entering the password to unlock your device going to be implemented? I have not seen that yet. Will you swipe up to reveal the keyboard or will the keyboard be there when you wake the device?