Earlier this week RIM announced that its BlackBerry 10 operating system will be final and shown to the world on January 30th. The earlier statements didn’t give us much of an idea of exactly when the devices running RIM’s new operating system would hit the market, however. Now, thanks to an interview between a RIM exec and Reuters, we have a better idea of when to expect them.
“We’re working hard right now to make sure all the bits and pieces and all the details are in place for the date, when the devices will be available for consumers and enterprises,” RIM’s chief operating officer told the news outlet, noting that devices will be available for purchase in stores “not too long” after the January 30 reveal.
Are you excited for BlackBerry 10? Is it the OS RIM so desperately needs to regain its lost market share?