Wait for the New Year of 2013 to access the new BlackBerry 10 Smartphone, incorporating the first-of-its-kind original RIM (Research in Motion) Operating System. According to several predictions on the internet, the new RIM OS is likely to be power-driven by 1.5GHz S4 Snapdragon Pro MSM8960T Processor. This processor is a product of the premier mobile technology Qualcomm Incorporation.
Will the Yet-to-be Released BlackBerry OS Precede other Smartphones
With the advent of Apple’s iPhone and Android mobile Operating System used by central smartphone manufacturing industries like Samsung and HTC, the RIM conglomerate has experienced a down turn in its smartphone business marketing and sales. To enhance the output and trade of its gadgets, RIM has come up with its new own in-built OS to integrate into the BlackBerry smartphone.
As per the inside feed from the RIM corporation, the software is still in the development stages. The new processor involved in this development is Qualcomm chip with double centered ARM integrated CPU manifesting 1.5 GHz clock speed and Adreno 320 GPU. These facets provide a High Definition (HD) resolution and are useful to perform device-oriented tasks.
BlackBerry in recent years has worked on multiple, innovative strategies, which has placed it as a prime global contender for mobile technology development. With the current decrease in RIM’s market share, it is imperative for the company to create a niche in this ever-competitive mobile market. The key to its progress rests on the shoulders of this newly developed OS that is compatible with the BlackBerry 10 smartphone gadget.
Will the introduction of RIM’s hybrid smartphones with touchscreen and keyboard facilities help it to regain a foothold in this industry? It is still to be perceived whether this modern OS will take over technology giants like Apple and Google. Just wait and watch.