BlackBerry Pearl, Curve, Bold and Storm: RIMM stocks to soar
Research in Motion (RIMM) is set to take a massive chunk of the Japanese market through Japans No. 1 carrier NTT DoCoMO from early 2009 with its high end BlackBerry Bold.
BlackBerry are already launching new smartphones around the world with the BlackBerry Peal flip reported to be coming onto T-Mobile, the BlackBerry Curve 8320 hitting the shops along with the long anticipated launch of the BlackBerry Storm, RIMs first ever touchscreen smartphone.
With all this activity Research in Motion (RIMM) is sure to be the top of the league and giving Nokia’s Xpress 5800 and Apple’s 3G iPhone a run for its money. RIM sees a great opportunity within the massive Japanese market, as all the necessary technologies are already in place to support RIM’s products.
RIM will keep up with the smartphone demand in Japan by bringing at least ten handsets in next year.
Quick glance at the stock price of Research in Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) at close of trade October 6, down 1.30 points or 2.13 percent at 59.66.