Monday, 22 October 2012
Samsung significant additional problem for RIM is looking for various options to turn around
Electronics device manufacturer from South Korea, Samsung Electronics Corporation, calls not consider buying a license BlackBerry from Research In Motion (RIM).
Reuters called the dearth of support from potential partners like Samsung significant additional problem for RIM is looking for various options to turn around its position in the competition.
RIM shares grow more than five percent on Wednesday, U.S. time, after a number of influential analyst said RIM may license BlackBerry 10 to Samsung.
"RIM has lost initiative in the smartphone market and what's left does not look attractive to Samsung," said Meritz Securities analyst Lee Sei-cheol was quoted as saying by Reuters.
Lee said, "They (RIM) must have a group of product patents, which may be an attractive asset to potential buyers,"
Samsung's strategy to produce phones with different platforms, Android and Windows, has led to speculation that the manufacturer will buy a license BlackBerry system.
Samsung used the strategy to strengthen its position against Apple and Google are already distinguish the production of phones has a business after acquiring Motorola Mobility.
RIM plans to use the new operating system, called BB10, in the ranks of the new BlackBerry to be launched early 2013.
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