Forbes analyst stated earlier this month that Sprint is expected to get the Blackberry 10 in May. Blackberry has since released a statement saying:
“Details of the commercial availability for BlackBerry 10 will be announced at the global launch events on January 30. Our executives have made it clear that the touch screen device will be available shortly after launch with the physical keyboard version to follow shortly after that.”
Detwiler the firm who’s analyst state their unsureness of how much success RIM’s three device may actually bring, given the competitive nature of Apple, Samsung and the up and coming Microsoft Windows brand.
“Our checks with major application developers indicate there is limited interest in the platform with it ranking 4th in priority among the major operating systems,” Detwiler contends.