BlackBerry will try again with the launch of a tablet PC

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According to a road map leaked by BB10 Leaks through his Twitter account , which includes from the first quarter of 2013 until the second quarter of 2014 , the Canadian manufacturer of mobile plans to launch the second tablet PC in its history by the end of year.



The first was the failed 7-inch PlayBook, the company formerly known as RIM tried to promote as the more portable alternative to the almighty iPad. But problems with software updates and support the product developers sentenced to disaster of poor sales.

Try again in the tablet PC segment contribute to expand the boundaries of the new operating system of the company, to present a real alternative to the iPad and Android tablets and governed by, hopefully, to attract more users.

In fact, and although there have been no further details on their size or technical specifications, is expected to fall as a direct competitor to Apple’s gadget and other rivals such as the Nexus 10, among other mobile devices with screens between 9 and 11 inches .

He has been named B10 and its arrival is scheduled for the fall, along the third quarter or early fourth, just in time for the Christmas sales season .

And that’s not all, to be a credible roadmap which has begun to spread over the Internet, Thorsten Heins also end up bringing to market two phablets , ie devices exchange medium between smartphone and tablet.

Of these, the last ( R10 ) will come with QWERTY keyboard included. Meanwhile, the other already called U10 and could correspond to the rumored device “Aristo” that people began to talk at the end of last year.

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