Event to offer exclusive looks at OS and supporting handsets.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has finally drawn back the curtains on it’s latest and greatest OS update, BlackBerry 10.
The company sent out invites today to an event in New York on January 30th, which is when RIM previously announced it would unveil BlackBerry 10. No further details are available as of yet, apart from a link that takes invitees to a registration page.
BlackBerry 10 was supposed to be RIM’s saving grace this year, but delays pushed it back to launch in Q1 of next year. The company has taken a severe beating by the likes of Apple and Android, and remains hopeful that this new OS and upcoming handsets will revitalize its market share.