Research In Motion (RIM), plans to distribute the BlackBerry 10 operating system prototype device to the application developers (developer). This is done so that developers can directly make an application on that platform.
Devices that will be distributed is called the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha, will be given RIM to BlackBerry developers who attended the World Conference in Orlando, Florida, United States in early May 2012. RIM said the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha is not a device that will be sold at a later date. Because, this is just a prototype device.
"This is not the final hardware or operating system. These are just tools that help the developers to start and designing an application for BlackBerry 10," said Alex Kinsella, Social Media Manager of RIM.
This Canadian company is struggling to provide many applications in the BlackBerry App World application store, to counter the dominance of Apple's App Store and Google's Play for Android.
RIM also said, promising a BlackBerry 10 different operating system than previous versions. How different the BlackBerry 10? Wait on the game later this year.