Research In Motion is planning to make a lot of noise, but launch few products during the early months of next year.
The Canadian mobile device maker said its first phone running on its next-generation platform wouldn't appear until the latter half of 2012, citing the selection of a processor that wouldn't be available until the middle of next year. In its place: a lot of commercials and special offers.
"We ask for your patience and confidence," co-CEO Mike Lazaridis said during a conference call today.
Investor and consumer patience, however, is already running thin for … Read more