"I think it's all lining up. Sometimes you get the feeling that the universe is in disarray, and with BlackBerry 10 coming, I see the stars lining up. There's this high-level security that you cannot walk away from, and then there's 'good enough' security," said President and CEO of RIM, Mr. Thorsten Heins.
The company assures a lot of personal as well as business securities simultaneously on its BB 10 platform. Gadget analysts predict that the launching devices will have retina beating display. On 30th January, the conglomerate will also unveil its BB 10 operated gadgets which are rumoured to be under L series and N series brand name.
The L series will have a fully innovative touch face. With the new BlackBerry Flow touch UI, users will have the best touch experience like never before. Meanwhile, the N series will be placed with traditional BB qwerty keypad.