Newsbrief by Dan Seifert on Thursday December 15, 2011.
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During RIM's Q3 2012 investor call, co-CEO Mike Lazaridis revealed that the company does not expect to launch its first BlackBerry 10 smartphones until the latter part of 2012. Lazaridis says this is due to the processor that was selected for the devices, which won't be ready for production until mid-2012. RIM contends that this processor will deliver superior multi-core performance and power efficiency, along with support for 4G LTE networks. BlackBerry 10 (formerly BBX) is RIM's next generation mobile platform that it will use for smartphones, tablets, and other connected devices.source: RIM