BlackBerry introduces Z10, Q10 smartphones Video
BlackBerry introduces Z10, Q10 smartphones Video Transcript
-From today on, we are BlackBerry everywhere in the world. There you go. -You can see as I open up applications and minimize them just by swiping from the very bottom, how effortless and easy this is. I have all of my applications running real-time. Nothing is being forced. This is real-time through multitasking. We built the ability the ability to flick words right to the screen. So you can see how easy it is to just flick word after word while changing in the screen. -Wow! -Well, with a single gesture, I'm able to pull down and look at exactly what's coming next. -And again, without having the calendar open. It's part of the hub. It's integrated into the hub. -Exactly. -So you have the past and you have the future at one swipe of your thumb. Fantastic. Great. I love it. I love it. -Well, your work and personal lives are very blended today. Well, we deliver the same thing on BlackBerry 10. You noticed as I move back to personal, I open up BlackBerry World which is just full of such rich content now. I minimize that, both applications co-exists: work and personal. It's secure. It's encrypted. It's managed. But you get a single, unified user experience. How about if we make the very first public BBM video call? -Well, that is exciting. -It's exciting. -Doing great. -So Andrew is in the U.K. right now at a London launch event. So, we're going to give him a call and-- out, there he is. Well, there he is. -Hey, Andrew. This is [inaudible] Thorsten. -Hey. -Hey, guys.
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