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If anyone is interested in what RIM has been doing, here is a recent(9/25/12) hands on video of BB10 running on RIM's Dev Alpha B phone.

*Note: this is not what the final release hardware will look like.
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i cant wait for January when these bad boys come out!

though im waiting for the "n" series (similar to today's "bold")
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BB is a dying breed , they make Quality Phones , but are lacking behind the Smart Phone World.

The phones they make Serve business and keyboard users well.

My dad never had more than a Cheap 50 Dollar phone for the entire time hes owned a cell phone Starting from the Brick Phones.

He was given a blackberry by work and loved it , however a tiny screen for someone who refuses to get glasses , and who constantly needs to view Documents. It didnt mix well. A couple weeks ago he was given an Iphone. He loves it , he always uses his phone , he was hesitant at first , but lets face it Android Or IOS is the New Business Model for Smartphones.

Take The Credit Reader thats sold everywhere , 2.75 Percent and your able to take CC on the Go.
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blackberry's are the best in the enterprise though, security and the ability to administer them is second to none, with these new phones/OS coming out i think there are definitely going to be getting the average consumers attention

nothing against iOS and droid users though
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Originally Posted by xenomorph113 View Post

blackberry's are the best in the enterprise though, security and the ability to administer them is second to none, with these new phones/OS coming out i think there are definitely going to be getting the average consumers attention
nothing against iOS and droid users though

Of course , I mean i always wanted a phone but ended up choosing an Iphone. Apples implementing better Security as well as android will start to see they need to focus on better security as well as control. A user here mentioned how for work they used IPADS and Galaxy Tabs and APPLE allows Apps and functions to be disabled , while Android doesnt without 3rd Party Software , Meaning users will take the Galaxy Tab since they arent restricted.
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