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Saturday, March 24, 2012

RIM will give BB10 original smartphones to developers in May



The first smartphones BlackBerry 10 is still far away from their arrival in the markets, but the prototypes with the new OS will soon be released to developers. The company will deliver the first devices with the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha conference in BlackBerry Jam, which starts on May 1, to software developers interested in developing applications for the platform. 


The software referred to as a modified version of the PlayBook OS - which is not surprising as the BB10 expected as a modification of the QNX software - the Alpha and the name indicates that this is an initial build, which may differ from the final version. Finally, the devices will not be identical to the final hardware will be released in the markets, and will be tools for the developer to create an ideal fit for the new ecosystem of RIM.

 
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