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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

BlackBerry Colt: the first BlackBerry that uses BBX OS

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Shortly after Research in Motion (RIM) announced the newest operating system the BBX OS, which would become a platform for BlackBerry tablet and smartphone, BBX OS handset appearance was leaked on the internet.

From the photos in circulation, which carries the first BlackBerry BBX OS it has a code name BlackBerry Colt. But unfortunately, no full specifications are included in the BlackBerry Colt. It seems that RIM is still closed meeting regarding this information.

As reported by the GSMArena on Thursday October 27, 2011, at a glance BlackBerry Colt is similar to the BlackBerry Torch 9860, but without additional QWERTY keyboard. Thinness of its size was almost like the Bold 9900 Dakota has just been released.

Colts likely would use a dual core processor, with screen sizes above 4 inches with a resolution of 900px. Supplement may also be included is a camera on the front and rear. The battery is expected similar to that carried in the Playbook.

The presence of this Colt BlackBerry expected to be released in 2012, with no definite date or month.

Presence of OS BBX is later used to hold the IOS domination from Apple and Google Android platforms.

We do everything we can to make it easier than ever to submit an application and register, said co-CEO Mike Lazaridis.

We remove this obstacle is a very exciting time for BlackBerry developers, he added.

RIM is still trying to prove to the developers regarding BBX advantage as they advanced operating system.

With BlackBerry Colt BBX OS, RIM rebuild the foundation for all devices, including handheld iconic, and BBX began to show some real promise in this area, with potentially far more powerful, deep and friendly media platform, says Jan Dawson, an analyst at ovum Research.

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