IN A LAST-DITCH ATTEMPT to turn around its fortunes, the company formerly known as Research In Motion has rebranded itself as the unimaginative Blackberry, and has finally released its first device running Blackberry 10, a major overhaul of its mobile operating system (OS).
We decided to test out how much of a chance Blackberry - the company, handset and mobile OS - stand against the present smartphone leaders, the Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3. Watch as our team of intrepid reporters put the three devices through a series of speed and usability tests, and see which device comes up short. µ
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