RIM to launch BB10 4 teams based on early 2013
Thorsten Heins said in the context of the various meetings he had with the shareholders of the Canadian Research In Motion the company will introduce 4 terminals: Two high-end and two mid-range, thereby dispelling some of the doubts surrounding the development of its terminal strategy for the launch of BlackBerry 10, its new platform.
These four teams that will come to fill market segments longed for their customers. Both teams probably equivalent to the Bold line – an integrated QWERTY and touch screen, and a full touch – and two Curve – a QWERTY and a touchscreen – with simple features.
The devices come – as announced – in January 2013. CES may be the occasion chosen to launch.
Operating system Developers are working 6 days a week to deliver a good final product that achieves a satisfactory user experience, all to avoid falling into the vices that were made to hasten the release of its tablet, Playbook, that after several upgrades supply has serious omissions and failures in office concept which today are corrected.
Recently, the CEO said that the cuts are planned for the company in any way affect the budget allocated for intensive work in creating the operating system BB10.
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