RIM revealed that they could finally relent and unveil a BlackBerry device that has a front-facing camera in order to keep up with the Jonese in the mobile device world. According to one source from RIM, “video conferencing is something that could completely change the mobile landscape and it is something we have been thinking about and working on for quite some time. You will start seeing something early next year”. Early 2010, eh? Best to mark that date down in our calendars and start bombarding the RIM line-up with more details when the deadline draws ever nearer.
Publisher’s note: “Meh”, front-facing cameras have been the most unused feature in cellphone history
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