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BlackBerry 10.3.2 And BlackBerry Blend 1.2 Update To Hit BB10 Devices Soon



BlackBerry 10 devices will receive the version 10.3.2 OS update in coming weeks. The company revealed that the update will be received by the complete range of BB10 devices.

It also announced an update version 1.2 for its BlackBerry Blend service, which will enable users to access information from their BB device on Android or iOS tablets, Windows or OS X computers. It revealed the information through its official blog, the blog post also states that the update is totally based on carrier approval. It explained that as soon as the update get listed on the carrier network , users will receive notification in the BlackBerry Hub.
The 10.3.2 update is expected to bring slew of features on-board, such as the anti-theft protection in BlackBerry Protect, which will let users disable the device if it is lost or stolen, it will make sure that the device cannot be reactivated or wiped. There are also some tweaks in the camera, the update will enhance the low-light performance, better face-detection and blur reduction. Users will also receive recommended image modes and setting with the new camera software.
Along with the aforementioned tweaks, the calendar app will also receive Meeting Mode option with the new update, the new mode sets the phone to silent mode during the meeting and it is customizable as per user’s needs. The update will also improve the battery life by up to 15 percent via Power Saving Profile.
Interestingly, another OS update higher than the 10.3.2 is available for an unofficial download. It is for the tech savvy uses who are looking for better performance. It is ‘unofficial’ so users will be responsible for loading it on their device.



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