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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Blackberry 10 Will Release in Early 2013

After a long silence finally Research In Motion (RIM) has finally revealed the release date of the BlackBerry 10 gadget and operating system on January 30, 2013. On that occasion, RIM plans to hold several launch events worldwide.

There are two models of the BlackBerry 10 gadget to be introduced, a full touch screen model and others with a physical keyboard. In addition, RIM will also explain the full details of the features of BlackBerry 10. "Thanks to a strong partnership with global mobile operators and ecosystem of application developers, we believe customers will get the best experience with BlackBerry 10," RIM CEO Thorsten Heins said in a statement on Monday (12/11).
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins said BlackBerry 10 is still on pace to be released early next year. (Picture from: http://money.cnn.com/)
BlackBerry 10 gadget.
(Picture from: http://www.slashgear.com/)
Since last October 2012, the test run BlackBerry 10 gadget by 50 mobile operators in several countries, including Indonesia. This operating system first announced by RIM in late 2011 under the name BBX. Because there was another company has been using the name BBX and RIM lost in a trademark dispute, the operating system was renamed becoming BlackBerry 10.

RIM originally promised to be released BlackBerry 10 in late 2012, but RIM postponed until early 2013. These delays make room for the Android and iPhone dominate the market.

Screenshot of BlackBerry 10 OS.
(Picture from: http://crackberry.com/)
In the meantime, the Canadian company is still pinning its hopes on BlackBerry 10 to boost sales getting worse because many users are switching to the iPhone and Android. However, the BlackBerry is still used by the loyal customers of the business and government that promotes communication security.

BlackBerry 10 will bring RIM's mobile software and phones into closer competition with Apple and Google. The company has said BlackBerry 10 would run on a smaller number of devices with must-have smartphone features, including a much-improved camera, a modern Web browser and social networking integration. The software will allow customers to access e-mail with one swipe from any app, and it will automatically shift between personal and corporate modes that allow users to securely switch between them. Note, smartphones running the BlackBerry operating system OS 7 or lower can not be upgraded to BlackBerry 10. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TRIBUN JABAR 18112012]
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