January 13, 2013. Posted under Research in Motion. Article by: Carlo Raphael Diokno.
Launching this year, BlackBerry 10 to invade Sprint, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile USA. Research in Motion to release the QWERTY BB X10 and full-touch Z10 this year, to compete with Android and iPhone.
Yes, we know leaks exist online, confirming that the much-anticipated new platform from Canadian company Research in Motion is coming to Verizon and AT&T — and the latest American company to show the “love” is Sprint Wireless.
As reported by BGR, Sprint will also sell BB10 or BlackBerry 10 handsets “this year,” and it is possible that the handset/s will feature the company’s LTE or Long Term Evolution.
Sprint’s representative told the tech publication that Sprint will also offer (at least one) BlackBerry 10 handset later this year. “We will share more details soon,” the company’s rep has added. T-Mobile also confirmed its plan to tap the platform.
BlackBerry Z10 leak:
Last week, leaks online confirmed that Verizon, the largest US carrier and AT&T, its biggest rival, are set to release the unannounced BB10 handset called BB Z10 with full touch design. Some reports are also suggesting that the BB X10, the company’s rumored QWERTY BlackBerry 10 handset, is also poised to re-join the market by tapping the LTE network of both carriers.
In related news, RIM’s share rose last week despite the delayed launch of the BlackBerry 10 platform. According to Times of India, RIM’s BlackBerry 10 is seen by analysts and consumers as a “make-or-break product” for the company.
Last Friday, RIM’s shares started trading at $11.48 due to technical problem in United Kingdom. However, the company’s shares climbed and closed at $13.31.
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