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    Damn you beat me lol

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    4 to go ?
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    Damn you beat me lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehomer View Post
    4 to go ?
    Yeah, Thor said there were going to be 6 devices released if he wasn't including CDMA, GSM etc etc.
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    pretty sure its 2 devices with 3 variants each. 6 devices. not 6 totally different devices.
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    Thor did mention 6 devices and maybe 1 premium device (which I assume is going to be the BB10 version, who knows if is going to be a keyboard or touchscreen, of the P9981 model), with each device targeting a certain price point (high, medium, and low). What we see passing through the FCC now are more than likely z10 (L-series devices) variants. From what I gather all variants are going to be under one brand name, so a z10 is a z10 regardless of your carrier (which is a good thing). Plans can change, so even though Thor did say 6, we might not end up with six devices. I am thinking that RIM plans will change and maybe only 4 BB10 devices will be released (A-Series, L-Series, N-Series, and R-Series) and BB7 devices going for the low end or we could see that the low end BB10 devices are not release in North America and some other countries (like the BB7 Curve touchscreen phone, which was a limited release). The reason I say this is that Sprint and US Cellular (both CDMA carriers) are not listed as an option for limited edition developer device (as someone mention in the crackberry forums) and this my result in RIM rethinking how many devices they release, as not all carries are going to be willing to carry 6 BB10 phones.
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    Oh ok , thanks
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    Yeah, Thor said there were going to be 6 devices released if he wasn't including CDMA, GSM etc etc.

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