Blackberry maker Research In Motion (RIM) is gearing up to launch its new smartphone BlackBerry Style on the CDMA platform in the Indian market. The BlackBerry Style will be offered through Reliance Communications and Tata Indicom, the CDMA arm of Tata Teleservices.
BlackBerry Style is the first mobile with both a full- QWERTY keyboard and a flip form factor. This smartphone from BlackBerry also offers dual high-resolution displays, the new BlackBerry 6 operating system.[advt]
Research In Motion India’s Managing Director Frenny Bawa said,
After a successful launch in the US and Canada, we are now launching BlackBerry Style, the new dual-screen phone in the Indian market through CDMA technology. India is an important market for us and our key objective is to bring new products and services in India. we have to make sure that the right mix of applications and devices is delivered to fight the smartphone battle. We look forward to continue serving our Indian customers with industry leading products and services that deliver an unmatched mobile communications experience. [source]