Company plans to expand its BlackBerry Tablet OS 2.0 based portfolio with new 7-inch tablet and 10-inch tablet with LTE later this year.
Research in Motion (RIM) did propel the movement of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet by selling it for $299 internationally and for about 50 per cent discount in India. Now the company is planning to launch yet another 7 inch tablet with 3G+ in April and a new 10 inch tablet by December this year reported N4BB.com.
Both new tablet 7 inch and 10 inch models will run BlackBerry Tablet OS 2.0 operating system.
RIM may have suffered through some hiccups while joining the tablet segment late with the BlackBerry PlayBook. However, company did not give up on its potential and continue to pump it every way possible to the developers as well as the consumers.
At the recent gathering, RIM showed its roadmap for this year 2012 to the select people present. On the smartphone front, RIM has decided to drop BlackBerry 10 or BBX OS based slider handset codenamed Milan. The first BlackBerry 10 or BBX OS running smartphone will be released in September 2012.
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Carphone Warehouse database screenshot points that the upcoming BlackBerry Z10 smartphone is likely to launch for Rs.41,500 ($755 approx).
Reports say that the new BlackBerry Messenger service would allow users to make BBM calls using their mobile network's data connection.
Instagram, the image sharing social network, had the images of the BlackBerry 10 N-series smartphone featuring Qwerty keyboard and big display.
RIM is working to give a complete overhaul to its Desktop Manager and will brand it as Link.
All six devices are targeted at different price point and audience.
A video showing the components used in the upcoming BlackBerry Z10 smartphone confirms a 4.3 inch touchscreen display.
RIM has applied for a new patent to prevent inconspicuous use of the camera in BlackBerry smartphones.
RIM will revamp the Tasks Manager in the BlackBerry 10 OS and will name it as Remember.
The version of BBM is likely to be released with the BlackBerry 10 operating system on January 30 next year.