Excerpt: Blackberry har afsløre en ny telefon for Verizon Wireless. Verizon sælger denne telefon med deres forskellige pakker til sin kunde. Sidste fredag den 21 Nov 2008 Verizon har begyndte at sælge denne telefon til en pris af 199,99 dollar for to år engagement. Det forventes, at denne telefon kan være en varm produkt og lukrative mobiltelefonen for Verizon, der vil bidrage til at øge sin abonnent hurtigt.
Excerpt: The BlackBerry Storm promises to be a great alternative to more expensive smartphones in the market. Boasting a great combination of connectivity and entertainment functions this touchscreen phone is highly recommended to any type of user.
Excerpt: BlackBerry Storm Cell Phone Review Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â BlackBerry Storm is the first touch screen phone offering from RIM. Much Anticipated by cell phone enthusiasts, the BlackBerry Storm comes well equipped touch screen With its beautiful design and advanced features to wow users. http://www.cellular-deals .
Summary: The RIM BlackBerry Storm may blow in a frenzy for Verizon Wireless subscribers wanting a touch screen similar to the Apple iPhone. However, there are bugs and performance issues that prevent the Storm from delivering its full potential.
Pros: The RIM BlackBerry Storm features an innovative touch screen that provides tactile feedback to confirm your selection. The Storm offers dual-mode functionality for world-roaming capabilities as well as EV-DO Rev. A and UMTS/HSDPA support. Other highlights include GPS and a 3.2-megapixel camera.
Cons: The Storm's SurePress touch-screen takes some acclimation and the onscreen keyboard is a bit cramped. The smartphone can still be sluggish even after the firmware update. Speakerphone quality was a bit choppy
Excerpt: The Storm is here and while I’m sure you're anxious to know how it fared. We were too. So it took us a little while to get through with testing and here’s what we have to say. Form Factor The 9500’s build quality exudes a certain sturdiness with slim chromed lines and who can miss that brilliant 3.5-inch SurePress touchscreen display that is anything but conventional and clearly visible even in broad daylight.
Excerpt: After reviewing the first clamshell manufactured by RIM, , has offered us the opportunity to test the first BlackBerry smartphone to feature a touch screen, BlackBerry Storm 9500. The device itself has been especially developed to be a direct competitor to Apple's iPhone 3G, T-Mobile's G1 by HTC, and to the lastest HTC Touch family device. Whether it either succeeds or not, we will discover in the following review.
Pros: As a business tool, the Blackberry Storm 9500 should be considered an exceptionally good smartphone. The wide range of messaging capabilities, as well as the HSDPA connectivity, make the device very appealing. I would also like to mention the surprisingly good multimedia features, the 3.2-Megapixel camera, but also the good battery of the handset.
Cons: The thing I have found unbearable with the product regards the lags that I have experienced when browsing or operating with various functions of the smartphone. Furthermore, the lack of a Wi-Fi connectivity might hurt those who want to stay connected even in areas that don't have a GSM network coverage. Some small improvements to the user interface would've been more than welcome. Sales package: 1 BlackBerry Storm 9500 Smartphone; 1 Standard Battery; 1 USB Data Cable;...
Excerpt: Having made its name with keyboard-toting handsets for the corporate email crowd, RIM heads off in a different direction -- aimed squarely at the iPhone. It's the first touchscreen BlackBerry boasting a clickable touchscreen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, GPS, and a host of media features. What we like The Storm's touchscreen is very impressive, it's big, bright and sharp, which is shown off to best effect when viewing photos or watching videos.
Excerpt: Laurence Hartje just sent in a mini-review of the BlackBerry Storm on the Vodafone network, here it is in it’s entirety: I’ve been lusting after a Storm, and since it launched in England before the US (and I’m over here at the moment) I thought I’d swing by a Vodaphone store to play with one.
Summary: Overall, the Storm is a capable smart phone. It will appeal to BlackBerry users who want to try a larger screen with touch capabilities. The unique SureType screen may appeal to some, but is sure to be a turn-off to others. Business applications and enterprises email integration make it a viable option for business users. Although the Storm is a useful smart phone, the input problems will stymie many users.