With Blackberry 10 launching in little over a month’s time, we’re sure many are curious about the platform and wonder if it will be good enough to help RIM regain some of its former glory. We know that RIM is shopping the device and its BES 10 service to companies and government agencies, but in the meantime RIM has also taken the Blackberry 10 operating system on tour which has recently made an appearance at the New York Times Dealbook Conference, allowing users a chance to play around with the new operating system, and based on what users are saying, it seems that attendees of the event were largely impressed with RIM’s new platform. However it’s one thing to say that you’re impressed, and it’s another to actually go out and buy the device and commit to the platform, but for now we guess the positive initial impressions and hype will be good enough. Be sure to check back with us in 2013 as we will most probably have some Blackberry 10 reviews waiting for you.
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