On Wednesday morning, Research in Motion will be holding worldwide launch events to officially unveil BlackBerry 10 -- the next generation product that will help define the future of the company. We'll be on-site at RIM's BlackBerry 10 Experience event near its home turf in Toronto, Canada to provide constant updates, photos and our commentary of Research in Motion's most critical product launch to date.
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I thought they were from Waterloo, not Toronto.Reply
You're absolutely right. By "home turf" I meant as in Canada. There are other BB10 events happening in NYC, London, Paris, Dubai and Johannesburg, so in that regard, being in Toronto is the closest it gets for being "home" for RIM.Reply
Timmies should get in on this somehow. "There's a Roll Up The RIM to Win" opportunity in there somewhere.Reply
We need a good review of it soon, Toms 8)Reply
Looks like a good thing for RIM. Let's see if that's the case indeed. I loved the Z10.
Have they released the hardware specs? Other then the screen specs (CPU, RAM, etc.)Reply
I know hardware doesn't matter as much (since this is a closed device like the iPhone, meaning the hardware was picking specifically for the OS and vice versa) but I'm just curious.
SneakySnakeHave they released the hardware specs? Other then the screen specs (CPU, RAM, etc.)I know hardware doesn't matter as much (since this is a closed device like the iPhone, meaning the hardware was picking specifically for the OS and vice versa) but I'm just curious.Reply
They didn't talk much about hardware at the event today. My guess is because they want everyone to focus on the software as opposed to saying, "Well it's not got a quad-core, so is a dual-core really enough to compete?" or similar. We asked several times about CPU and they said they *couldn't* tell us which specific CPU was in there but that they could say it was a dual-core 1GHz. I'm going to assume it's a Snapdragon. As far as RAM is concerned, you're looking at 2GB. 16GB of onboard memory (expandable).