To take the BlackBerry Messenger experience to the next level, Research In Motion is all set to include video chat feature in the service. Along with that the BlackBerry Messenger in the upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system will come with screen sharing feature as well, reported CrackBerry.
RIM aims that BlackBerry Messenger to be the top Instant Messenger and clearly is working its way to make it one. The BlackBerry Messenger in the BlackBerry 10 will be slightly revamped and also get the screen sharing feature. Basically, you can share the web pages, apps, and even slide shows with the screen sharing feature.
The BlackBerry Messenger will also get video chat support thanks to the front facing camera in the BlackBerry 10 device design. With that, the BlackBerry Messenger will fall in the league of GTalk and Skype.
The rumours about BlackBerry Messenger going cross platform still have not been confirmed. If that would happen, then RIM will have to make several changes in the BlackBerry Messenger’s code as well as protocol.
RIM plans to unveil the BlackBerry 10 OS at the 30 January, 2013.