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And they have a new operating system: the BlackBerry 10.
And two new phones: the Z10 and the Q10.
The struggling smartphone maker is hoping all these changes add up to a new lease on life and a revival of their fortunes.
RIM once had almost 45% of the U.S. smartphone market, but their share has dwindled down below 10%, well behind Android and Apple.
Are the changes too little, too late? Are the new OS and new phones good enough to win back customers?
According to the HuffingtonPost.com, the BlackBerry Z10 Is A Good Attempt.
Wired.com’s Gadget Lab thought “the software and hardware are up to the task. BlackBerry has done a solid job building an OS and phones people will actually use because they want to, not because their corporate IT departments say they have to.”
Gizmodo.com offers a side-by-side look at how the new BlackBerry Z10 stacks up the competition.
What do you think? Will the new BlackBerry lineup be successful? Do you think you’ll try one?
As always, let us know what you think.