Link for mobile viewing While RIM made definite upgrades to its operating system with OS 6, it has still left the smartphone loving masses wanting. There will be some subtle improvements with OS 7, but as per usual it will be nothing groundbreaking. The revolution, as we’re told, will come when RIM gets its QNX operating system on its line of smartphones, which will probably happen in 2011. With the QNX team working on the back-end, and with The Astonishing Tribe handling the UI issues, RIM probably isn’t seeking any outside help with the design. But if they were so inclined, they could gain a lot of insight from a 16-year-old who goes by the handle Bongs on the CrackBerry forums. He’s created a video walk-through of what he imagines would be a powerful and up-to-date OS for the BlackBerry. Make sure to watch the video above. After the break is one of his huge images describing the OS. Make sure to check out the CrackBerry Forums thread too, as it has more images. It truly is a marvel, as it combines the traditional RIM feel with other features present on the other popular smartphone platforms. I know that if RIM put out a device running this software that the complaints would cease. Click the image for a full-sized version (which you can zoom into see).