Research In Motion’s BlackBerry 10 smartphones, set to become official starting with January 30 this year, should cover all price points, the company’s CMO Frank Boulben confirmed.
For the time being, the company hasn’t provided specific info on the handsets running under the new operating system, but Boulben said that there would be six of them set to hit shelves before the end of this year.
On January 30, RIM is expected to unveil full-touch BlackBerry 10 smartphones, while set to announce QWERTY-enabled smartphones soon after.
Boulben also said that over 150 wireless carriers all around the world are already testing the new BlackBerry 10 smartphones, but did not provide further details on the matter.
RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry X10 smartphones have already emerged online in leaked photos, but the company has yet to officially confirm details on them.