Just a few days ago, I came to the conclusion that I had had enough with the Blackberry and it’s slower than normal browsing and inability to keep up with the app world of the Droids and Iphones. Outside of the keypad, which makes it easy for me to type up emails and texts, I couldn’t figure out why I was still so loyal to this thing when it came to my business needs. “Blackberry needs to step it up, it’s 2013!!!,” I said to myself while browsing my carrier’s website for a new phone to replace it. I shouldn’t be so loyal to a phone that I want to throw across the room every single day.
If only I had waited just a little longer…
Today, RIM announced the release of it’s newest phone, Blackberry 10 which features, video calling capabilities for Blackberry messenger, touchscreen keyboards, 1080p Video recording, Blackberry Balance, which separates all work and personal apps into two different profiles on the phone, Instagram-like filters on its camera, the ability to download music straight to the phone, and more. To make the launch of the new device, even more convincing, they’ve brought in Alicia Keys as their new “Global Creative Director.”
Today, she took to the stage to announce her new job title at the Blackberry 10 Launch while admitting that Blackberry was once like an ex-boyfriend to her. “We broke up. I was playing the field. Now we’re “back together.”
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