BlackBerry Remember is a new application -- it's about bringing content together.
Bhardwaj now rocking the Q10 keyboard phone.
Checking out the Q10 now. I wonder how it'll mesh with BB10?
You can add a note, a due date, a voice note, etc. in Remember.
The keyboard does universal search, very handy.
You can also flag e-mails, docs, and browser bookmarks and move them to a specific folder. It's a single source for content on a specific topic.
Evernote is integrated into Remember too.
Now on to media and the camera.
Nice, I like how BlackBerry Remember syncs with Evernote. Without it I'd be a mess!
Bhardwaj now holds up a white Z10. Doesn't it look beautiful, he asks?
Bhardwaj takes a photo of Heins to demo the camera. BlackBerry TimeShift allows you to capture a moment to move the photo or edit it using additional shots taken before and after.
Samsung and Nokia both have this feature in their phones already.
Talking about the camera now. Having a truly advanced camera is mandatory for today's handsets.
The phone has a built-in picture editor. You can use gestures to add effects and filters.
You can do free transform and crop with your fingers.
Heins notes that Bhardwaj never switched to another app while doing all of that.
BlackBerry users not only live stories, but we create them, Bhardwaj says.
Wow, having an easy way to edit photos on the fly is a real boon. I'd love to try that feature.
Now BlackBerry Storymaker.
It allows you to create content, choosing pictures and videos, as well as adding music, titles, credits and date. BB automatically brings it all together with effects and transitions.
You can save and share this.
Interesting...there are a lot of iOS and Android apps that do this now, but it's not built in like BB10.
So it looks like you can use this to create slideshows and video, stitching them together.
Today looks like a "sell on the news" day, with the stock down nearly 6 percent right now. It was down 12 percent going into today.
Okay, Bhardwaj is off stage.
"This is the new BlackBerry," Heins announces.
We've been working with more leading application partners, Heins says.
Eight major studios, and major music labels have signed on to BlackBerry World, he says.
Now we're talking about apps.
Hmmm, these "new" features seem very familiar and already available on other smartphone platforms.
Martyn Mallick, VP of global alliances and business development, is on stage.
Mallick thanks the partners to make it a huge success out of the gate.
Many people didn't believe we could create a BB with good app experience, but we did, he says.
I can say with absolute confidence that decision to build a platform with developers has paid off.
BB10 is launching with more than 70,000 applications available for the platform.
With the momentum we've built, we'll see thousands of apps added each week, he says.