Rumors going around Android application goes on BlackBerry devices Playbook seems to have started seeing the light door. This was after the statement expressed by employees Research In Motion (RIM) itself.
“We will also will support Android applications when we release Dalvik engines on QNX,” said the man who allegedly RIM employees in a video that was taken when the event Mobile World Congress 2011, quoted from Techradar.
Face of the man who became the source was not recorded for the camera, but he is believed to be the representative in charge of RIM’s Playbook ability to exhibit in the show arena party mobile devices.
Earlier, a source also said that RIM has been doing consultations with third-party developers to seek marriage between Playbook and Android applications. The formulation of the next stage was already entered in the internal level.
Canadian vendor is considered intentionally create a Playbook for Android can run applications to expand their tablet market, thus more easily acceptable to the market.
Moreover, the manufacturer of the BlackBerry was faced with a tough task to break the dominance of Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, and other competitors. Especially if you see Playbook coming somewhat late to market.
As a result, to maintain market momentum and achieve public confidence, Playbook also must bring something new and fresh. Do the market with another product.
Playbook itself is planned to be released officially by RIM in the first quarter of 2011. Rumored, around March. As for the Asian market.Apple Ipad, Asian Market, BlackBerry, BlackBerry Info, Consultations, Dominance, First Quarter, Gadget, Galaxy, Market Momentum, Mobile Devices, Mobile World, News, Operating System, Party Developers, Pc Champion, Playbook, Public Confidence, Research In Motion, Rim Blackberry, Tablet Market, Tablet Pc, World Congress