Where were we with the BlackBerry 10 stuff? Ah, RIM is now accepting BlackBerry 10 app submissions, though rumours suggest the release has been delayed till March. Gah.
In the meantime, a hands-on video shows, or showed (it’s since been removed), a BlackBerry 10 L-Series handset in action.
Of course, this is far from the first BlackBerry 10 hands-on we’ve seen.
A few weeks ago, a spokesperson took Engadget through some of the key features of the OS, including “live apps” and the BlackBerry 10 Hub.
The highlight of this latest BlackBerry 10 hands-on is – or was – the camera’s “best shot” feature, allowing users to capture a couple of images, and create a final shot with everyone looking their smiley open-eyed best.
We’re not entirely sure why this particular video was removed. The BlackBerry 10 tour was reportedly given by an official RIM rep at an event in Mexico, and the aforementioned hands-on still exists. Weird.
In any case, we’re thinking that while BlackBerry 10 looks nice enough, by the time it rolls around, we’ll be living in a post-CES post-MWC world. Samsung Galaxy S IV, anyone?