With the forthcoming release of BlackBerry 10.3, BlackBerry is seeking to iron out many aspects of the user experience and optimize the OS for different devices.
Presently, the BlackBerry 10 OS utilizes semi transparent active frames to show off minimized applications running in real time.

Thanks to DHabkirk C0001DB0D we get an early look at some active frame styling that seems to be device specific. LCD devices will have white active frames by default and OLED devices will have the black frames subsequently.


Pictured is an early look at some of the changes made to the active frames, which now also have the app icon directly on the frame, a throw back to a design element utilized on the BlackBerry PlayBook.

As of now there’s no telling whether this will be a user defined option within settings or a device specific accent, more as it comes.