BlackBerry 10.2 is expected to arrive later this year with support for a variety of new features. The company previously confirmed that the update will bring support for Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean apps to its BlackBerry Runtime service, in addition to standard Unicode emoji, multiple alarms, level 1 notifications and reminder timers. According to leaked images published on the CrackBerry forums, BlackBerry 10.2 will add “actionable notifications” that will allow users to reply to messages and emails by simply tapping on a notification. The update will also bring support for Wi-Fi direct, enabling BlackBerry devices to connect directly to each other through a Wi-Fi connection. The leaked images of BlackBerry 10.2 can be found below.