BlackBerry 10.2 is the next major update for the company’s new BlackBerry 10 platform. There have already been a lot of leaks related to this update, we’ve seen an enhanced UI and BBM Channels. The update will also reportedly bring support for Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean apps to the new BlackBerry smartphones. Some new OS 10.2 features were rumored a couple of days ago after a build of this update was said to have leaked in the wild, now a video has been posted online, showing off BlackBerry 10.2 in all its glory.

One of the biggest features in OS 10.2 is actionable notifications, users will be able to pull down on notifications that will appear on the top of the screen if they want to respond to them. Support for lock screen notifications is also reportedly on board, as well as the ability to mute notifications. There has also been chatter of a native Evernote app, support for multiple alarms and Wi-Fi direct. Do have a look at this video if you’re curious about how BlackBerry’s next major software update is shaping up. An exact release time frame for OS 10.2 is not known right now.

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