There is supported evidence that the BlackBerry 10 OS will be taken up by Verizon, immediately after its release. The Verizon phone service has offered to promote at least one of the BlackBerry devices, thus sending a positive picture to RIM. As a sneak preview of the new BlackBerry 10 version is on the cards, the high–profile mobile technology giant RIM plans to satisfy curious customers with the before-release-date publicity screening. This news report comes in the wake of Verizon’s interest in BlackBerry 10 Operating System.
Verizon’s latest declaration is on the heels of consumer satisfaction measures adopted by offering a range of system products for users to choose from. As the need for diversifying business is foremost in the minds of all in the industry, the firm has chosen to distribute its services in varied platforms. The increase in smartphones usage is the reason for Verizon’s attention in this area of trade in order to up the mobile phones market value, by providing a list to consumers to select from. On the offing are the Windows 8 and BlackBerry 10 systems.
Speculations are rife in the mobile devices market, as to the release date of the BlackBerry 10 device. It is expected to be made public in the first week of January 2013. As the industry has already witnessed delay in launches, it is still to be ascertained as to the exact start-on date of this gadget. Two designs of the new BlackBerry device are expected to open in a series. The first to hit the market will be the novel touch-screen smartphone with an all-touch handset, which will be followed by the QWERTY keypad version.
RIM is brimming with the expertise of Verizon’s interest in its gadgets. The rest to come is the wait until the official BlackBerry 10 commence-date.