BlackBerry Storm is bolder than its predecessor, the BlackBerry Bold.
The BlackBerry 9500 Storm is RIM’s (Reasearch in Motion) first touch screen phone. It features SurePress, the first clickable screen. According to RIM, SurePress is a touch-screen technology which emits a click sensation each time a user touches the phone’s screen interface. It ensures precision in navigation within the phone’s display giving the user a tactile feeling whenever a button or a key is selected on-screen.
Among the notable features (Specifications) of the BlackBerry Storm are the following:
- 480 x 360 pixel, 3.25 Touch Screen Display
- 65k Color Display
- Accelerometer of Auto-rotation of screen
- GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / UMTS 2100
- 1GB Internal Storage memory, 128 RAM
- 8GB SD (included), upgradable to 16GB
- 3.2 MP Camera Phone with Autofocus, LED Flash
- 624 MHz processor
- GPS with A-GPS Support
- Installed Softwares: BlackBerry Maps, Document Editors/Viewer (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, PDF), Media Player, Video Player, Organizer
The only con I see with the Blackberry Storm is its lack of WiFi capability which in my opinion is very necessary for all business phone models. The addition of HSPA and 3G capabilities compensates the absense of WLAN though.