Blackberry announced at the Blackberry Z30 launch event that the existing Blackberry 10 handsets including Blackberry Z10, Q10 and Q5 will get the latest Blackberry 10.2 update in October across various carriers and regions. The Canadian OEM didn’t give any exact date for the update as it also depends on carrier approvals and may take some time. However, it seems that the roll out process has started. Some users in Singapore are reporting that Blackberry Z10 and Q10 are getting Blackberry 10.2 OS update.
There’s no news on when the update will hit other regions, but all the Blackberry users should rest assured that it’s going to roll out soon. The update is sized at 117MB (depending on your device) and brings several new features to Blackberry handsets. Some of them include Priority Hub, Instant preview and reply, lockscreen notification preview, some new native calendar apps features such as “I will be late“, new copy/paste buttons, Miracast, WiFi Direct and more.
The update comes pre-installed with the Blackberry Z30, but it should make its way to other devices very soon. Stay tuned and we’ll update you as soon as we hear anything about the Blackberry OS 10.2 update for other countries.
Source: CrackberryFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News