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More news on what’s ahead for RIM and us….

 

RIM’s CES focus seemed to touch a little bit on BB10 and a lot on PlayBook 2.0.  I know that many of us were expecting a bit more in the way of whats to come for the company we all want to see succeed.  Well N4BB just posted a rumoured roadmap for 2012.  Most of it has already been mentioned or spoken about, but its good for affirmation.

Here are the upcoming highlights of 2012:

  • 10″ PlayBook releasing in December 2012, will be LTE enabled
  • 7″ PlayBook releasing in April 2012, will be 3G+ (will not be LTE due to chipset)
  • First BlackBerry 10 phone releasing in September 2012
  • PlayBook OS 2.0 releasing end of February 2012
  • Mobile Fusion releasing in April 2012
  • PlayBook Admin Service releasing in Summer 2012
  • Two new Curves for emerging markets. One Curve will be 2G only.

Source:N4BB

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Posted by Fubaz for ©BerryReview, January 17, 2012, 5:23 am. | More news on whats ahead for RIM and us…. | Leave a comment |

More news on whats ahead for RIM and us….
Ricky Lakeit
Tue, 17 Jan 2012 10:23:36 GMT

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