BlackBerry is set to roll out an update to its current BlackBerry OS 10.2.1. Devices such as the BlackBerry Z10, Z30, Q5 and Q10 all run BlackBerry OS 10. The OS 10.2.1 update has recently started to roll out on the devices, and looks like BlackBerry has no plans to sit on the laurels. OS 10.2.1 bought one of the most interesting features to the table by allowing direct installation of Android apps as well as support for FM radio in devices apart from Z10.
The screenshots leaked, show that the latest update from BlackBerry called the OS 10.3 is set to bring a radical set of changes to the UI since the advent of BlackBerry OS 10. The screenshots also show that BlackBerry would bring a Siri or Google Now like Virtual Assistant to board. The UI too is set to undergo a radical change by going a lot more flatter. This is especially visible in the new keyboard and app icons.
The Camera application is set to be vamped with a new UI as well as the ability to shoot 720P videos in 30 FPS and 60 FPS. Overall UI improvements as well as enhanced speed of internet are also a part of the update which is still very much in Beta. There is no official date of the rollout, and some more changes are expected before the final release.