Last year, Research in Motion has acquired mobile web browser maker Torch Mobile, which used WebKit rendering engine for its product(s).
Following that acquisition, today RIM has demonstrated an early build of WebKit based browser for BlackBerry phones.
Although it’s still in development, early builds already scores 100/100 in ACID3 test and renders pages pretty quickly. The estimated time of arrival is still unknown.
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