Research In Motion’s first BlackBerry 10 smartphone will allegedly hit store shelves in October. RIM has been working on getting its latest smartphone operating system, which is based on the QNX OS on the BlackBerry PlayBook, out the door this year. Developers attending BlackBerry Jam (BlackBerry World) will receive a BlackBerry 10 prototype next week, although it’s unlikely that will be the final hardware. N4BB said that RIM will unveil its BlackBerry 10 smartphone this summer — not during BlackBerry World which will largely be focused around RIM’s BlackBerry 7 OS — and that it will offer a hardware QWERTY keyboard.
RIM’s First BlackBerry 10 Handset Allegedly Landing in October
by April 26, 2012April 26, 2012 7:30 am PDT|