BlackBerry 10 Phones Releasing in February After Launch Event, says RIM COO Kristian Tear

BlackBerry 10 Phones Releasing in February After Launch Event, says RIM COO Kristian Tear

Research In Motion will begin selling its first BlackBerry 10 smartphones on multiple continents within a few days of the company’s January 30th launch event, says COO Kristian Tear. “We want to do it as quickly as possible,” said Tear.

Some analysts had been expecting a March debut. Details are still pending on which carriers will initially support the phones, and if any will have exclusivity deals. The rumored L-Series will be among the first devices, followed with the N-Series.

Are you ready to get your hands on a BlackBerry 10 phone in February? It’s not too far away.

via SeekingAlpha

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