RIM has already shown us a lot of BlackBerry OS 6, but for those who want to see it working on a real device and not just some slick/irritating commercial, two videos have popped up showing both the BlackBerry 9670 clamshell and 9800 slider running the software. Yep, it all works fine with trackpad, even though they were pushing the touch-friendliness in the big unveil.
As you can see, everything is running pretty smoothly. The BlackBerry 9670 video is considerably more in depth and shows us a few new things. The official Twitter app is preloaded on there, and RIM’s recent acquisition, Viigo, has also cooked up a version that works on 6.0. I was under the impression that the Viigo app would disappear into the native Feeds app, but that might not be the case. Our first look at the camera app shows a few new UI elements, such as the status of your location lock, and the number of pictures left that you can store.
As for the BlackBerry 9800 slider, it bears the Bold branding and should be coming to AT&T. No new info on specs, but both should have an HVGA display, and the clamshell will be the first BlackBerry with a 5 megapixel camera. Check the second video after the jump!