at least six new BlackBerry 10 models will be launched in 2013. The first two units to be released will include one all-touch phone (BlackBerry Z10) and one model with a physical QWERTY (BlackBerry X10).
Tech author Robert Scoble announced on his Facebook page that he had a chance to look over BlackBerry 10. While he has been extremely bearish on RIM, after getting that hands on with the OS, Scoble said that while he liked BlackBerry 10 a lot, "it won’t get any Apple or Android fan hot and bothered." RIM lost 1 million users in the last quarter. Perhaps merely staunching the red ink would satisfy BlackBerry and its fans for now.
"We're extremely optimistic that it's going to be a successful product and our business customers are extremely interested in it."-John Legere, CEO, T-Mobile
"It's logical to expect our current (BlackBerry) customers will have the best BlackBerry devices to choose from in the future."-Jeff Bradley, handset executive, AT&T
source: Reuters, BlackBerryCool