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BlackBerry 10 camera app presented in video

by Nicole
January 20, 2013 at 2:18 pm

RIM is preparing to launch the next version of its mobile operating system: BlackBerry 10.

Not surprisingly, the OS brings new features, but the company has worked to improve their applications, including the camera app.

A video was conducted by The Gadget Masters who have been investigating a pre-production version of RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry Z10.

The video presents the camera application in an already advanced state of development.

The app comes with a tool with which you can manipulate photos with the help of filters that you can choose from a wide variety.

Besides applying filters, the camera app is also capable of more complex tasks of image editing, such as resizing, rotating, cropping the photo in a specific way etc.

Source: The Gadget Masters via Engadget

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