RIM BlackberryBlackberry dominates the corporate PDA market. However, Research in Motion (RIM) clearly wants more. Growing international momentum and retail push are driving the demand for Blackberry Curve as well as Blackberry Pearl, promising a good Christmas season for RIM.

Research in Motion (RIM) vice-president of customer accounts, Gregory Wade, spoke to Business Standard about how the company is planning to fight the challenges as rivals offer similar devices across price segments.

RIM recently shipped its 20 millionth Blackberry smart phone and the devices are ranked number one in the global PDA space with 18 per cent market share according to third party research.

We will also announce another 4-5 models in 2008 and all of them would be packed with consumer-friendly applications and design.

So, we can expect better models than already popular Blackberry models like Pearl, Curve etc


8 Responses to Five New Blackberry Models In 2008

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  2. HeavyGod says:

    Really good and really interesting post. I expect (and other readers maybe :)) new useful posts from you!
    Good luck and successes in blogging!

  3. sammy says:

    I hope they get rid of the trackball and go back to the toggle key…I hate the trackball on my 8830!

  4. Lawaget says:

    Oh, wonderful!
    We expect more and more interesting and helpfu posts as same from you! 🙂
    My compliments!

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  6. Roberto says:

    I aggre with Sammy. I hate the trackball as it tends to not work at times and makes it diificult to operate many functions on the phone.

  7. i really love the cool features of Blackberry. my hubby and i both have Blakberries and we use it all the time to communicate.

  8. acnemobo says:

    i really love the Blackberry because of its functionality. this is a very cool electronic gadget for staying in touch with your friends and family members

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