Blackberry insist not using other OS like android

January 28, 2012 3:58am CST
Research in Motion (RIM) as the manufacturers are still reluctant to use the BlackBerry operating system (OS) outside of OS homemade, including Android. RIM BlackBerry still firm to use the BlackBerry OS 7 and 10 to be immersed in the levying of the future. RIM suggested by many analysts to move the platform to Android or another OS, just as Nokia is moving the platform from Symbian to Windows Phone. Indeed, now RIM is waiting for the latest generation of BlackBerry OS (BlackBerry 10) to be embedded into new mobile phone devices. But RIM itself has also been mentioned that the OS will not launch until the end of 2012. I think blackberry must proven that their OS is able to compete with Android or even windows phone.. They will be failed to launch new product if unable to improve their blackberry OS in their new version.. what do you think about this?
1 person likes this
1 response
@youless (93104)
• Guangzhou, China
2 Feb 12
This is not a wise decision in my opinion. As Blackberry's operating system is not very popular. Nokia has sticked in their own operating system Symbian for a long time. However, finally it is turned out to be a failure. And therefore today Nokia is already not the number one selling cellphone. I think in this aspect Samsung is very smart. Since it follows the most popular operating system and today it is one of the most popular brands. The popular operating system can have more software and game support. The people who choose smartphone because they want updating cool features. I love China