Speaking during RIM's second-quarter conference call, CEO Thorsten Heins promised that the much-delayed BlackBerry 10 will deliver "the most seamless and fluid experience in the mobile computing world." BlackBerry 10 users, he added, will operate "in real time all the time" without having to exit applications.
The Waterloo, Ontario-based company, which faces stiff competition from Apple, Google's (GOOG) Android phones and Microsoft's (MSFT) Windows phones, plans to launch BlackBerry 10 during the first quarter of 2013.There was heated debate about the potential impact of BlackBerry 10 during TheStreet's live blog of RIM's results, with commenters clashing over whether the new OS can turn RIM's fortunes around. What do you think? Take our poll and tell us: