The release date of BlackBerry 10 devices is drawing near, although both these handsets and the platform powering them will be officially unveiled at the end of this month.
Canadian wireless carrier Rogers has already started training its employees on the new operating system from Research In Motion, so as to have them prepared for the big launch.
Training materials have already been delivered to Rogers’ employees, a recent article on CrackBerry notes.
RIM will make the BlackBerry 10 operating system official on January 30, when all the necessary info on the upcoming devices and their availability will be also unveiled.
Chances are that Rogers will be the first carrier in Canada to have these phones available for its users, after being the first of them to begin reservations for the platform.