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RIM teases BlackBerry 10 with dedicated page on website

 

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Research in Motion is relying solely on its BlackBerry 10 strategy to make a comeback in the smartphone market. Now with just days left for unveiling of the new BlackBerry 10 smartphones, Research in Motion has launched a dedicated page for all news and updates about the upcoming OS. The page can be accessed here.

This page is a one stop shop to keep interested customers and media persons updated with new developments happening on the BlackBerry 10 front. The page shows a glimpse of what BlackBerry 10 OS will look like. There is also a 14 minute demo video of the new OS that was showcased during the BlackBerry Jam sessions. The video shows how the new features like BlackBerry Flow and BlackBerry Hub will function. There is also an option to register for updates available on this page.

Apart from this, RIM has also teased the audience with a brand new photo of its forthcoming L-Series smartphone. Over the past few months, there have been plenty of images and videos being posted of the L-Series smartphone but this is first teaser picture that the Canadian smartphone maker has posted for its forthcoming smartphone. The photo shows a black textured smartphone, which has managed to surprise many.

RIM has already announced that it will be showcasing its flagship smartphones along with the new operating system in several countries on January 30, 2013. There have also been news reports suggesting that a QWERTY smartphone running on the BlackBerry 10 OS will start retailing from June 2013.

RIM's CEO has asserted that new line of BlackBerry 10 devices will provide Research In Motion with a framework of growth over the next decade.

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Tags: BlackBerry, BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry 10 OS, BlackBerry Flow, BlackBerry Hub, Research In Motion, RIM

 


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