Can much-anticipated next-generation mobile operating system BlackBerry 10 smartphones deliver on its promise?
Research In Motion had been struggling to comeback for last few years, the company’s now planning to introduce the first two of its much-anticipated BlackBerry 10 smartphones worldwide on Jan. 30. RIM, one-time pioneer in the smartphone industry, is betting its future on the success of BlackBerry 10 smartphones, but the question remains, can RIM deliver on its promise?
Research In Motion (RIM) promises that the new BlackBerry 10 devices (BB10 devices) will be faster and smoother – the company hopes will help it regain some of the market share it has lost to the Apple Inc’s iPhone, Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy line and other devices that run on Android operating system.
“In building BlackBerry 10, we set out to create a truly unique mobile computing experience that constantly adapts to your needs. Our team has been working tirelessly to bring our customers innovative features combined with a best in class browser, a rich application ecosystem, and cutting-edge multimedia capabilities. All of this will be integrated into a user experience – the BlackBerry Flow – that is unlike any smartphone on the market today. Thanks to our strong partnerships with global carriers and a growing ecosystem of developers, we believe our customers will have the best experience possible with BlackBerry 10. We are looking forward to getting BlackBerry 10 in the hands of our customers around the world” Thorsten Heins, CEO, RIM