I am still not holding my breath for April as it keeps getting delayed but here is more info from DigitalTrends site.
Research In Motion’s soon-to-debut BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will get video-chat functionality, reports PC World. The feature will come in the form of an app, and should be available with the tablet when it lauches, or soon after, says a RIM executive.
This new rumor comes from RIM’s vice president of enterprise strategy David Heit, who spoke with PC World about the video conferencing feature, which he says to expect “very soon.” With the PlayBook’s front- and rear-facing cameras, it may come as no surprise that the tablet will support video calls. But until now, it was unknown whether or not the functionality would be an in-house RIM production, or be provided by a third party source (like Skype).
While the PlayBook’s video-chat feature is more intended more for business use, the functionality is similar to Apple’s consumer-friendly FaceTime app, which is now available on the iPhone 4, iPad 2 and properly enabled Mac computers. Read more.