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RIM will launch six Blackberry devices in 2013

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Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Reuters: Research In Motion plans to launch at least six Blackberry 10 devices in 2013, part of a comeback effort.

BlackBerry 10 is RIM's next-generation mobile operating platform and it is preparing to launch new smartphones later this month. Word that major carriers will offer the devices is good news for RIM.

RIM, which once commanded the lead in the smartphone market, has rapidly lost ground to Apple's iPhone and Samsung's line of Galaxy products, especially in North American and European markets, as customers abandon its aging BlackBerry devices.

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