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Research In Motion has hinted which it will launch dual latest handsets early subsequent month to attend with a recover of a BlackBerry 10 handling system.

RIM is approaching to betray a phones during an eventuality in New York City upon Wednesday as well as will proceed compelling BlackBerry 10 to consumers a following Sunday, Feb. 3, when it will air a TV blurb during a Super Bowl.

The sporting eventuality attracts a single of a largest TV audiences of a year in America, as well as companies compensate millions of dollars for a 30-second promotion spot, underscoring how critical it is for RIM which a latest BlackBerry height will be a hit. The same blurb will additionally air in Canada, RIM’s home country.

In announcing a broadside skeleton Friday, RIM additionally hinted during when a phones will be accessible to consumers. It pronounced a TV mark “kicks off a week of worldwide launch wake up for RIM’s BlackBerry 10 platform, along with a initial dual inclination to run upon a latest platform.”

If a blurb outlines a begin of a weeklong buildup to a launch, which would put a North American recover of a phones during rounded off a begin of a second week in February.

The anxiety to dual inclination jibes with what a gossip indent has likely for subsequent week’s event: a large-screen Z10 as well as a second device with a earthy keyboard. Images presumably of a Z10 have started looming upon BlackBerry fan sites.

Martyn Williams covers mobile telecoms, Silicon Valley as well as ubiquitous record violation headlines for The IDG News Service. Follow Martyn upon Twitter during @martyn_williams. Martyn’s e-mail residence is martyn_williams@idg.com

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