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Oct 21, 2012

RIM Suggests that BlackBerry 10 Will Change the Mobile Landscape

Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion is moving closer to the release of its BlackBerry 10 operating system, and the company is planning new events where to showcase the platform.

One of these will gather Canada’s officials who are interested in learning more on the OS that, according to RIM, will change everything. The company has been long touting the outstanding features of the upcoming operating system version, yet it hasn’t provided us with too many details on what to expect from it or from the devices that will be powered by it. “Join us for an exclusive cocktail reception and presentation of BlackBerry 10 and get a sneak peek of the next generation mobile platform that will change everything,” the vendor notes on its website. “This session will provide an insider look at BlackBerry 10, the much anticipated new mobile computing platform from Research In Motion,” the company continues.

The event is set to take place at the Fairmont ChateĆ¢u Laurier in Ottawa on November 7, from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. Those who would like to attend should head over to this page on the company’s website to register.   RIM also notes that the new platform version will prove more responsive than previous releases, and that it will also provide users with increased productivity capabilities. “BlackBerry 10 is promising to be intuitive and extremely responsive, providing easy access to the critical apps, communications and functionality that are most important to each unique user,” RIM states.

“Attendees at this session will experience how BlackBerry 10 will ultimately increase productivity while empowering users to stay fluidly connected to all aspects of their life.” For those out of the loop, we should note that the BlackBerry OS is already praised for its security features, and that many enterprise and government users prefer it to rival solutions. However, many companies have started to move away from the platform lately, and analysts even believe that BlackBerry will soon be outpaced in the enterprise segment by Microsoft’s rising Windows Phone platform (by the upcoming Windows Phone 8 OS flavor, to be more precise).

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Image credits to RIM


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