It is known that Research in Motion is planning to make the Wi-Fi only model in its playbook tablet available in March. Now, some information about the availability of the 3G model has become the pill. RIM BlackBerry playbook tablet could be directed to the AT & T 3G in March or April. In addition, a playbook 4G LTE could start soon after, according to rumors first reported on the blog CIO.com.
To date, RIM has announced a version of Wi-Fi only BlackBerry playbook with approximate release date of the first quarter of 2011, or before the end of March. Sprint also announced plans to launch a BlackBerry playbook 4G WiMax sometime this summer. But we have yet to hear anything official about a 3G BlackBerry playbook, or a version of LTE, in any wireless service provider.
Posted in CIO, Al Sacco reports that an unnamed source, tells confidence that RIM is preparing to raise awareness of the device in late March, early April in Red from AT & T 3G. But that’s not all. RIM not only focuses on WiMax for 4G-tablet device enabled. It appears that LTE is getting some attention too. The source of retrieving this information from a representative of the company AT & T, which says the device should hit RIM s looking calendar.
To compete with Xoom tablet Motorola, RIM also announced that the tablet will be able playbook 4G. RIM has partnered with Sprint for its 4G playbook on the market. So the tablet to use WiMax network in the company. Unfortunately, RIM is being tight-lipped about the information. No confirmation on a 3G-enabled, or LTE based BlackBerry playbook have been announced by the company so far. However, it would make sense for RIM to get your tablet to all possible companies, especially one that connects to 3G.
Again, the dates mentioned are only estimates. But the source seems to confirm the imminent release of a 3G playbook and sooner rather than later. If RIM is on track to release the playbook Wi-Fi in early March, is likely also is on track with the planned end of March / April launch of a playbook 3G phones.