OK, so BlackBerry 10, after some uncertainty, will have Skype.
But what about BBM, the only feature RIM has had in the past few years that could be described a massive hit?
In this case, the rumours were dead on; BlackBerry Messenger will be video chat enabled for BlackBerry 10 devices.
In the video below, RIM’s Vivek Bhardwaj shows off the feature, which allows users to move between a text-based and video chat, and use “screenshare” which allows someone you are chatting with to see your phone’s “desktop”.
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