RIM is slowing trying to regain its presence in the mobile industry and they will launch the new BlackBerry 10 OS on January 30th. A couple of BlackBerry 10 handsets – BlackBerry Z10 (L-series) and BlackBerry X10 (QWERTY based N-series) will be also introduced at the same event. The BlackBerry 10 OS has been the talk of the town for the past few months and we’ve already seen enough leaks of the upcoming new phones, including their leaked images, and their appearance at FCC doors.
We’ve some good news that you might want to pay attention to – the official BlackBerry 10 pre-registrations. If you want to know exactly when in this year users can buy the BlackBerry 10 phones? A couple of wireless carriers have you covered with a sign-up page that will get you the device availability information. Both the Virgin Mobile and Telus websites have launched Sign-Up pages to learn “when the re-invented BlackBerry is available.” Virgin Mobile is also launching a contest, which helps you to win one of the 4 new BlackBerry Z10 full-touch handsets. It’s a worth noting that the “Approximate value of all prizes is: $2,800.
Telus has also listed some of the highlights of the BlackBerry 10 OS including BlackBerry Hub, The BlackBerry Keyboard, Camera with Time Shift Mode, and Work & Personal Profiles. Hit up the links at below to get signed up for future information from Samsung themselves. Once you sign up. you will receive updates automatically in the coming days. Or else, you can also stay tuned to Gadgetian for up-to-date information on BlackBerry 10 OS.
In an interview at CES 2013 event, RIM CMO Frank Boulben has said that they plans to release the Blackberry 10 handsets in low, middle and high price points.