RIM plans to launch six BlackBerry 10 devices in 2013
Before today, it was known that Research in Motion had two BlackBerry 10 smartphones that it would launch sometime in 2013; one with a touchscreen-only design and one with RIM's physical QWERTY keyboard. Today, the company's chief marketing officer claimed that RIM has a lot more BlackBerry 10 device models it plans to sell.
Fierce Wireless reports that, according to RIM CMO Frank Boulben, we can expect to see as many as six different BlackBerry 10 products coming out in the next year. These smartphones will cover a number of different price points, with Boulben stating, "We intend over time as we transition the portfolio to have a full range of devices." He added that RIM will not seek exclusives with any wireless carrier for its BlackBerry 10 phones and added that about 150 different carriers are currently testing its upcoming phones.
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