RIM Likely to Surprise people with new Blackberry

RIM Likely to Surprise people with new Blackberry

There was a time when Blackberry was only the gadget that was in the minds of gadget lovers. However, with passage of time, things changed and the world was ushered into the realm of iPhones and Androids.

This led Blackberry to suffer great loss, but now it seems that things have been changing for the betterment of Research In Motion. It has been found that a number of steps have been taken by the company, which has been letting people to show their interest in the gadget.

Mobile analyst Carl Howe said that though things will not be that easy for the company, it is not even impossible. Howe said that if Research In Motion wants then it can even surprise customers, but it has to make sure that its new gadget should be a rocking one. Moreover, it should be the one, which is able to give a stiff competition to the available top league phones.

It has been found that the company has been trying to come up with a gadget which is able to cover all the loopholes that are present in iPhones and smartphones. It now has to be seen as whether the company will be able to actualize its plans or not.


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