What do you think of RIM's Blackberry 10?
jack12 1 year ago
RIM started revealing the upcoming BB10 to developers this week, and I think it is fair to say the consensus is that this is a make or break product for the company. Just judging from appearances, my first though was that the BB10 physically looked like pretty much any other smartphone, whereas old BlackBerrys tended to look like, well, BlackBerrys. After having a chance to see a little more of the BB10, what do you think? Is this the device that saves RIM?
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