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Tickle, stroke or put your BlackBerry 10 device to sleep via @e27sg

Tickle, stroke or put your BlackBerry 10 device to sleep via @e27sg

Other features of the BlackBerry 10 includes BlackBerry Hub and Peek which allows users to move between and within applications without having to exit and enter screens. Also available are the active screens, which keeps up to the last eight used application on a quick access mode, full multi-tasking. Swiping your finger down from the top bezel brings up the settings menu while swiping down anywhere on the screen opens BlackBerry Balance, allowing users to quickly switch between work or personal profiles. Swiping down from the top bezel on the lock screen sends your BlackBerry 10 device to sleep. Check out the short video below for the features mentioned.

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