The Rebirth of RIM?
Over the past couple of days, I’ve had the opportunity to play around with a BlackBerry 10 dev alpha device in advance of RIM’s unveiling of the OS later this month. Here’s a shocker – BB10 is very good.
I won’t go into a review, because I’ve been asked nicely to not do so. I have the device in hand for a specific purpose, and reviewing BB10 is not included in that. But what I will say is that RIM has taken some of the best parts of iOS, Windows Phone and even the once-stellar WebOS, rolled them all together and produced an operating system that is simply a joy to use.
The smartphone market right now is dominated by iOS and Android. That’s a fact that we all know. As you might have read, I’m quite a big fan of Windows Phone, and I honestly think that it has a very good shot at being a big player in the market.
RIM has done its homework. And it has a loyal base of fans. There are
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