After the launch of Blackberry Classic at the price of Rs 31,990 last month and yet another launch of Blackberry Passport in September priced at Rs 49,990, Blackberry is coming up with yet another model with the trending BB10 OS out-of-the-box.
The BlackBerry 10.3.1 Update which was expected to arrive out in January but it was postponed due to some reasons and now it is going to roll out in the market starting 19th February 2015 to all BlackBerry 10 models.
The new update is going to bring a big contrast mode that was missing in all other handsets of BlackBerry. Ofcourse, this mode will help you with the brightness of the screen. With the new update, blocking contacts from sending your texts and calling you is going to be an easy task. The users of the device can have complete privacy from hiding pictures and videos from others. So, the issue of pictures being visible to every other person who picks your phone will be solved now. The most interesting thing is the introduction of BlackBerry Assistant which is actually a Siri voice based assistant which was actually released in the market last year in July. With the Battery Saving mode, one will save on battery part in emergency and the device will cut down on brightness, notification and the performance of CPU. With the custom notification, the device gives the authorization to the user to decide the ringtone and the color of the light on any particular call.
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As per the information, the update was to be released by Saturday but issues or some bugs made BlackBerry disappear for a while. Sounds weird?
But the new update gives an assurity of fixing the issues that were created. Keep your fingers crossed and wait for the upcoming update.
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