The latest reports from Research In Motion notes that we are likely going to see a second iteration of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet’s own unique OS at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Despite the fact that RIM saw fewer sales with the PlayBook tablet up until now, they are still supporting it through software updates and promotions like Free Tablet Per App program presented to Android developers just this past month.
In a meeting, Jeff Gadway the Senior Brand Manager of BlackBerry noted that this new operating system update will bring contacts, calendar, email, and the capacity to run the Android apps simply mentioned on the tablet.
In fact, the OS update has been tipped before. On the other hand, this update emerges to be the real contract preparing users for the update to be pushed to them sooner than later. This new OS update will strike the BlackBerry tablet at a superbly inexpensive price tag of $199.99 at Office Depot.
Furthermore, the senior brand manager of BlackBerry Jeff Gadway have also asserted on the possibility of a 4G version of the tablet, claiming that we are still committed to a 4G PlayBook, and 2.0 is a large part of getting 4G right.
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