Rogers Adds BlackBerry 10 Smartphone to Reserve System

As of today, some people can reserve Research in Motion's flagship BlackBerry 10 device. Existing Rogers customers can now use the Rogers Reservation System to reserve the touchscreen smartphone.

The BlackBerry's pricing, availability, and specifications have not yet been released. All we know is that RIM's been unveiling will happen January 30 and that the device should be available for sale soon after that.

“Rogers was the first carrier in Canada to launch BlackBerry and first in Canada to launch an LTE Network so we’re thrilled to let you know that as of today, Rogers customers can be amongst the first in the world to reserve the BlackBerry 10 all-touch device online," the Toronto-based telecommunications company said in a statement.

Rogers seems pretty proud of this exclusive, but we're not really sure why anyone would reserve a device with such few details released. It's also unlikely that, even if BB10 is a success, it will sell out. We suggest simply waiting for official preorders to become available in January or February.

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Research In Motion (RIM), a global leader in wireless innovation, revolutionized the mobile industry with the introduction of the BlackBerry solution in 1999. Since then, BlackBerry products and services have continued to change the way millions of people around the world stay connected. With the launch of BlackBerry 10, we have re-designed, re-engineered and re-invented BlackBerry. Not only... more

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