BlackBerry PlayBook 3G/4G Reportedly In Testing Phase with OS 2.0.1
For quite a long time now, BlackBerry PlayBook hasn’t reached its peak. Although Research In Motion (RIM) has long been working on its advancement, records revealed the fact that PlayBook has extremely low sales numbers. Nonetheless, RIM follows its marketing plan and will be launching the 3G/4G PlayBook within the following weeks.
Evidently, reviews disclose that the BlackBerry PlayBook might not be the finest invention for common consumers. In contrast, however, it has a clear lead when it comes to business. The Playbook is projected by 194 x 130 x 10 mm, weighing 425 g.
It has immense integration with BlackBerry smart phones and its 7-inch 600 x 1024 pixels display is incomparable to other tablet PCs. There is nothing special to mention as its features are alike to the common tablets sold in the market.
BerryReview claims that some North American, European and even Asian carriers are presently testing the device. Apparently, testing are at T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon Wireless in the US; TELUS, Rogers or Bell for Canada; T-Mobile Germany and StarHub Mobile for Singapore.
Rumor has it that there have been unconfirmed reports that the BlackBerry PlayBook 3G/4G will be crafted with OS 2.0.1, but no formal announcement on the matter was made for the time being.