Excerpt: Available from Verizon Wireless for $179.99, the BlackBerry Storm2 with BlackBerry OS 5.0 has got a new SurePress “clickable” display technology and built-in Wi-Fi. Click here for the new BlackBerry Storm2 Review on SlashGear.
Excerpt: Research in Motion's first attempt at a touchscreen phone confused and disappointed us. The original Storm's clickable touchscreen didn't deliver a particualrly smooth experience and it didn't have Wi-Fi.
Conclusion: With all of the choices to choose from, it seems that RIM is going for three things at one time: 1. Power User|Crackberry Addict 2. Multimedia User 3. First Time Users. Which category does the Storm2 fit into? Number two obviously.
Summary: When it comes to product introduction, Research in Motion (RIM) has always taken on a modest approach. Over the last two years, two significant BlackBerry devices have been introduced, namely the BlackBerry Bold 9000 and its successor, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 .
Summary: If there were a most improved award for smart phones, the BlackBerry Storm2 would win hands-down. The new touchscreen makes this device much easier to use than its predecessor, and the typing experience rivals or beats most other devices in its class.
Summary: Introduction The Happy successor of the first mobile phone in the industry named storm, BlackBerry Storm 2 9520 is now proudly covered with its touch screen and some corrections. It took a year for RIM to release an improved version of its first trial that has not really won success, even among some...