Update: BlackBerry has officially denied any link between the BlackBerry 10.2 software update and the inclusion of Google's Play store.
A statement from the Canadian firm reads: "We can confirm that there is no planned support for Google Play on BlackBerry.
"BlackBerry World remains the primary source for trusted and curated BlackBerry applications and we continue to support open standards and open source tools so BlackBerry developers can continue to create apps on any of the development platforms we support."
Could we finally be able to see BlackBerry devices making use of the Jelly Bean Android runtime?
If this is true, this could prove a massive boost to the BlackBerry 10 OS, making it a more attractive option to consumers.
Jelly Bean to make BlackBerrys more app-etising?
It would open up a whole new world of apps, something that BlackBerry devices tend to suffer in comparison to both Android and iOS devices.
We should note that the screen shots aren't of the most recent update to the Play Store that we've encountered, nor does it support Music.
This could be remedied in a final release version, if or whenever that hits.
With BlackBerry struggling at the moment, we would really hope that it makes its way over to BB devices soon. It might be just what the Canadian doctor ordered.