The BlackBerry London leaked at the end of January will probably turn out to be (among) the first RIM handsets running the company’s next iteration of BlackBerry OS: version 10. Thanks to a leaked presentation document of the upcoming OS we get to see a couple of screens.
Taking a look at the image above you’ll see something new which seems to resemble both the widgets in Android as well as the Live Tiles in Windows Phone. These home screen “mini apps” seem to be RIM’s take on widgets. The image right below depicts the new icons which, in case of pictures, show the album cover and in case of folders shows the icons for the applications inside.
Heading over to the source link you’ll see two more images: one showing Universal Inbox and the other one showing an incoming call where there’s an option for Video Chat, hopefully available on upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices.