Thorsten Heins, the recently appointed CEO of Research in Motion (RIM), unveiled the first look at the BlackBerry 10 OS at the Annual Blackberry World Conference. The new BlackBerry hopes to rival its market counterparts such as the iPhone 4S, the Android and other highly successful smartphone makers with its release in the fall. RIM's recent financial struggles have been no secret, but with this new product, RIM hopes to reclaim its share of the smartphone market.
Offering new features, including a touch keypad with "predictive typing" like you've never seen before, a greatly improved camera that allows for "timeline" photography and a whole new physical appearance, the upcoming model of the BlackBerry looks to rival its main competitors of Apple and Google. Though this is only a preview, it should give some indication of what BlackBerry has in store for this upcoming fall season.