1. lewis71980's Avatar
    The most important BB10 device will be the follow up to the 9320 / 8520 class device ( even if it is without a keyboard.) what does everyone else think?

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    05-15-12 02:47 AM
  2. sam_b77's Avatar
    The most important BB10 device will be the follow up to the 9320 / 8520 class device ( even if it is without a keyboard.) what does everyone else think?

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    Would you care to elaborate the reasons behind your opinion?
    05-15-12 03:57 AM
  3. lewis71980's Avatar
    It is 150gbp rather than 400gbp
    Not all businesses can afford bolds for everyone.

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    05-15-12 04:49 AM
  4. titanjhb's Avatar
    Im emerging markets (Africa, Asia as example) the entry level devices are doing well for RIM. But I think BB10 initially will be for the north american markets, a premium & government device. Then they will start moving down. But I wont be surprised if that only happens a year after the initial launch of BB10.
    05-15-12 05:45 AM
  5. jrohland's Avatar
    For me, as a user, I want the PlayBook to get all the cool technologies coming to OS10. My Torch 9850 is a phine(sic) phone. I am not that concerned with getting an OS10 phone (except I REALLY want LTE and would like NFC).

    However, as a part owner of RIMM, I really REALLY want RIM to get the OS10 phone on the market before another potential buyer enters into a contract for some other device.
    05-15-12 06:53 AM
  6. belfastdispatcher's Avatar
    The OP is right, the 8520 was the best selling phone in UK, the 9320 is replacing it and it's keeping the same price. Watch this space. It's a HUGE upgrade from 8520.
    05-15-12 07:18 AM
  7. llllBULLSEYE's Avatar
    yes this will be critical outside North America. We are talking about a year from today.

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    05-15-12 07:27 AM
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