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RIM shows us some of the first BlackBerry 10

RIM shows us some of the first BlackBerry 10

The Canadian giant smart phones, Research in Motion (RIM), has lived a busy day thanks to a highly anticipated launch of the public, the upgrading of its instant messaging platform BlackBerry Messenger to the new version that incorporates calls through VoIP . However, this was not enough for the company run by Thorsten Heins, and who wanted to make a nod to the public with what will be their first smartphone with BlackBerry OS 10.

BB10 is the most important release that will have in years, and the public looks forward to, something that has been demonstrated by the rapid increase in the value of its shares in recent weeks. And in a world led by iPhones and Androids, Windows Phone and an approaching furiously, RIM knows it has not easy, but BB10 is very attractive and especially striking, so it promises to give a tough fight by 2013.

The image accompanying this article is only the first teaser of what will be the first terminal BB10, which can be seen but not much about the terminal, it is known that touchscreen will cover most of his superficio front although later in the year vowed to launch models with traditional physical QWERTY keyboard .

The wonders in BB10 are many, including a new and original user interface, multitasking style is really convenient to use, in addition to the timing and renovated new BlackBerry App World that incorporates music and videos, and applications . No wonder RIM accompanies your teaser with the words “Re-designed” and “Re-invented”.

Let us note in the calendar on January 30, 2013 as one of the most important dates in the mobile phone world for next year because that is when RIM will release BlackBerry 10 , and simultaneously in several countries, to try to be a place on the podium again in the smartphone market worldwide.

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