RIM introduces new low-cost BlackBerry for developing markets

RIM introduces new low-cost BlackBerry for developing markets

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Research In Motion is combating competition from low-cost Android manufacturers with the new BlackBerry Curve 9920, designed especially for developing markets. [Read more]...
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