Research In Motion recently announced their Blackberry 7 lineup which will include a number of new devices such as unlocked Blackberry Torch Touch 9860, Bold Touch 9900 that have not been previously revealed by the company. They will also be launching their new QNX phone, which is a device that has garnered a lot of attention since it was first announced. The company has touted the superior battery life is a reason why many consumers should give it a chance. It also has full-color screens as well as a 1 GHz plus processor and a quad core CPU for mobile devices. This will make it the most high-powered Research In Motion device that the company has released so far.
With their tablet, the Blackberry PlayBook, underperforming in terms of their expectations, it is clear that they are looking for devices that will be hyped by the media in the same way that other high-powered devices have been in recent times. It will be interesting to see if the new QNX phone is able to garner the same following that other phones have had in recent times.
Blackberry and RIM have had a number of failures in terms of the unlocked devices that they have released recently, and they’re hoping that a few of the devices that they are developed recently can help them to put together an excellent array of different devices that are available to users that will help them to raise the popularity of their services that they provide.
Research in Motion as a company has drastically changed their philosophy over the course of the last few months and continued to update how they go about releasing new devices, as well as the type of devices that they release. The QNX has a full keyboard that will allow for quick e-mailing and texting, as with many of the devices that they have released recently.