One of the few big wins in the mobile device market has been the emergence of hybrid devices or phablet phones somewhere between a tablet and a Blackberry Smartphone. It seems that it has just launched its potent and revolutionary Blackberry 10 want to seize and exploit this possibility.
Early rumors have been uncovered and talk that the Canadian firm would be working and experimenting in a new hybrid to replace its failed tablet, the Blackberry PlayBook.
Rumors broke with recent statements by Thorsten Heins, CEO of Blackberry to the U.S. network ABC where he declared that “BlackBerry does not feel defeated in the tablet market.”
Heins complete statements were:
“For me this is not just the next smartphone. It has the power of a laptop, no longer just a smartphone. This is your personal computing power. Think about what you can do with this. How many personal computing devices can carry? Why not unify them into a single device that can meet all your computing needs?”
“We are talking about mobile computing experience ensures that you as a user will only have to carry a computing device over. Then get peripherals that make your life easier than it is today carrying a tablet, a smartphone, a laptop, going to the office and finding yourself with a desktop computer.”
“We certainly hope the ability to see in the Blackberry market a hybrid device given the interesting features of the newly released Blackberry Z10 and could be moved to the new hybrid”, Heins added.