Blackberry 10 is pretty much what RIM will be pouring their hopes into come 2013. After all with a declining market share, Blackberry 10 will need to amaze if RIM hopes to recapture some of their former glory, and based on what we’ve seen so far, the platform looks promising. However for those who might not be as tech savvy or who might never have heard of Blackberry before, will Blackberry 10 have what it takes to win those customers over? RIM’s CEO Thorsten Heins certainly thinks so, and in an article from the New York Times, Heins was quoted as saying that it would only need a minute sales pitch in order to win customers over to the Blackberry 10 platform. We have yet to try the operating system out ourselves and we are certainly looking forward to it in 2013, but what do you guys think? Will Blackberry 10 have what it takes to make it in 2013?
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