The much awaited PIN authentication system for BBM will be added to BlackBerry devices along with several other features.
BlackBerry will release the BlackBerry 10.1 software upgrade towards the end of this month, according to a report.
The software upgrade will bring back the BlackBerry PIN which was missing from the original BlackBerry 10 operating system. BlackBerry PIN was earlier required for users to connect with other BlackBerry users and everything was linked in with the email address for easier and faster access.
Along with that the BlackBerry 10.1 will bring some improvement for the camera software, making it a bit faster. Also the devices will receive ability to capture in HDR mode with the new software upgrade. Also included will be the extensive support BlackBerry Link, which will allow users to wirelessly browse the contents of your computer from your phone.
Reportedly, the BlackBerry 10.1 is claimed to improve the typing experience with more accurate word predictions and a new keyboard shortcut support.
The upgrade is not yet been released but BlackBerry is likely to be made available by the end of this month in Canada. It is also expected to be released for users in other countries soon after.
Currently, only the BlackBerry Z10 is the only device with the BlackBerry 10 operating system available in India.
The Android Marshmallow update claims to enhance battery life apart from bringing a dozen of features for the BlackBerry Priv.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen revealed that one of the handsets will have a physical keyboard while another one will come with a full touchscreen.
Though this reduction was announced for select international markets, it could soon be announced for India as well.
In the USA, it is available for $699 or Rs 47,304 approximately and thus we expect it to cost about Rs 50,000 in India as well.
Pictures of the BlackBerry Vienna have also been surfaced on the web.
The BlackBerry Priv is available for pre-order in the US, the UK, Canada and Germany.
BlackBerry chief John Chen revealed that the phone has Qualcomm processor and will be released by this year end.
Evan Blass, who runs the popular Twitter account @evleaks, claimed that the BlackBerry Venice is confirmed to be launched in November this year in USA.
BlackBerry will probably use Android on an upcoming slider device that is likely to be released this autumn, claimed the report.
It is expected that BlackBerry Leap will be priced at around Rs 17,000 mark.