There was a time that RIM has fallen from the first position that it held few years ago. Anyways, RIM is trying to comeback with its BlackBerry 10, a new platform and new devices supporting it and what we have seen so far, they look promising.
The International Data Corporation has released its Q3 report for the top mobile vendors and curiously RIM has climbed to the 3rd place, still very far behind Samsung and Apple, but number three nonetheless.
The interesting part of the report is that RIM has knocked out Nokia from the top 5, for the first time since 2004.
This could mean that people are still interested and love the BlackBerry and we are thinking if RIM could increase its numbers in 2013 when the BlackBerry 10 hits the shelves?