Are you a tech whiz who just can’t seem to get enough of the latest innovations from smartphones or the much celebrated touch tablet technology? If you are, then you might be in for a few months of anticipation before the leading Canadian-based manufacturer and designer of wireless solutions in the mobile industry would be out to launch yet another innovative and more advanced 4G LTE Playbook later this year. Thorsten Heins, CEO of the company Research in Motion which is the main producer and marketer of the Blackberry line has yet to provide a specific date for the launch; however, many Blackberry fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the product, to see if it would meet their expectations, especially with the inclusion of the 4G LTE technology in the tablet.
With the onslaught of various touch tablet gadgets in the market, the company is faced with the pressure to exceed the expectations of enthusiastic Blackberry loyalists, and to outdo the stiff competition from a myriad of other competitors. But with the recent criticism for the unsatisfactory functions of some applications in touch tablets’ software, why choose 4G LTE? The answer of course would be the maximum speed that this revolutionary wireless technology can offer; which would allow you to download pix, movies, games, apps real time without the annoying wait time for loading and buffering. It surpasses the 3G capacity up to 10 times, that means a download range of 5 to 12 mbps. With that in mind, it is very ideal for business executives who are always in contact with possible clients or their colleagues, because they would be able to cut costs on calls, and this would allow them to have meetings and conferences at awesome streaming speeds.
Some of the key features which separate the new 4G LTE Blackberry Playbook from the already existing Wi-Fi Blackberry Playbook which is already making a hit with many touch tablet users are its new processor and NFC support. Not to mention of course the greater speed that it can accommodate due to having the 4G Long Term Evolution technology. RIM made mention of having the new Playbook designed and built in with a 1.5 GHz dual-core ARM and another astonishing innovation in the form of NFC which stands for; Near Field Communication. The new feature would allow its users share data with other compatible devices. Not only would it allow you to share photos or music, but it also holds a secure port for credit card info, payments and transfers; making it very easy for you to do some shopping. If this pushes through, and as long as the manufacturers can guarantee secure transactions using the device, then you might not need to bring along a wallet with you the next time you go shopping. It can also make online purchases a breeze.
Although there is no definite time set for its launch, there is however a confirmation that people should await the coming of a faster and more innovative touch tablet in the form of the upcoming 4G LTE Playbook that would definitely make a splashing entrance into the world of mobile technology.
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