Looks like RIM is still in the game, or thinks it is. The larger question is how many players can fit into the Smartphone/mobile device market? Another is the potential ceiling on features and gadgets that end-users will embrace. Now, guys, roll-back to compensate for closed eyes in pictures?
We've come a long way from the early days of AT&T and their Western Electric one-size fits all black plastic handset that was so expensive that they rented it to you for your home phone calls.
RIM tantalizes crowd with BB10 demo - Page 1 - Departmental and End User Computing