Blackberry Roadmap Compiled For Your Viewing Pleasure

“An analyst at RBC Capital Markets, Mike Abramsky, has very handily created a table of upcoming Blackberry products from the copious information that has been leaking from the Canadian manufacturer over the past several months. There are also some new pieces of information present, such as the Onyx Delta, which is now listed as the 9900, whereas before it as being refered to as the 9700a and was thought to be little more than a rehash. Rather it is being touted as featuring a touchscreen here. Check out the table at the bottom for the full details of what is known at present and the list below shows what should be released and when.

  • BlackBerry Bold/Torch/Talladega 9800 – $199-$299, due August on AT&T, who has a 6-month exclusive
  • BlackBerry Kepler 9300/9330- $99 – $149, due Q3
  • BlackBerry Atlas 8910 – $49 – $149, due Q3/Q4 in China and India
  • BlackBerry Onyx Delta 9900/9700a – $199 – $299, due Q3/Q4
  • BlackBerry Oxford 9670 (clamshell) – $199, due Q3/Q4 on Verizon
  • BlackBerry Dakota/Magnum – $199 – $299, due Q4″ via

Palm confirms new devices, webOS upgrade

“More than anything else we find ourselves clamoring for new hardware from Palm. The Pre and Pre Plus are getting to be incredibly long in the tooth (the base hardware was revealed more than 18 months ago). We all knew that something new had to be coming, and at the developers webinar hosted by AT&T today, Palm let it slip that new stuff is on the way. Asked if there were plans to release new devices this year, Palm’s rep said:
“I’m not allowed to talk about future roadmaps, especially because we’re in the process of being acquired by HP, so I can’t say. But yes we have a road map. We are working on future devices. And [a] new version of the OS. So I think, you’re going to find the next year very exciting.”
Very exciting indeed. Watching what’s been coming out of Apple, HTC, and even Motoroa, we’re aching for new hardware in webOS land. Of course, “the next year” means that we have a approximate twelve-month timeframe in which to be excited, though our hope is that the excitement can be spread out over the entire period instead of one big pop. That said, he did say devices, not device, so hopefully the next year will bring more than one or two new launches. One of those spread-out excitements we hope to see at some point is Flash. While all the delays have made us more than a bit jaded, the tip we got from sepherous isn’t helping. After asking about the continuing delays with getting Flash onto web-friendly webOS, the response boiled down to Palm simply not being able to say what the hold up is. The full video of the webinar is due to be posted on AT&T’s developer site sometime in the mystical next week. Until then, we’ll just savor the transcripted bit and dream of a brighter future.” via