Blackberry 10 is all set make headway at a global event on January 30, 2013. It has been reported by Crack Berry that the company has started sending invites for the launch of its much anticipated operating system. The event would take off in cities like New York Toronto, London, Paris, Johannesburg and Dubai.
The “beta testing” of its OS is in full swing and 120 companies and government departments have been handed over the BlackBerry 10 before RIM finally triggers the device in the smartphone market.
To get back its ship to sail RIM has all its hopes pinned to Blackberry 10. The company said, “The beta testing would enable so-called enterprise customers in business and government to size up the BB10”.
“We have taken this step so that our large enterprise customers can get a hang of BlackBerry 10 before the launch date as opposed to post-launch date” Bryan Lee, senior director for enterprise accounts, said.
There are whispers going on in the tech world that at the event Canadian company will take off curtains from the next line-up of its Blackberry devices which may include BlackBerry 10 L-Series handset whose video is already doing rounds of internet.
With BlackBerry 10 RIM is trying to break away from the business phone tag which has been given to most of its devices. The new device would have the ability to separate the personal and business operation.
This step was crucial in today’s time where the market is mushrooming with smart phones. If BlackBerry10 is able to steal the hearts of common people along with corporate honchos than RIM is sure to get back its lost piece of cake of smartphone market.