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.
RIM's touch-screen BlackBerry is back for a second round and the good news is that it's much better than its predecessor
Good Gear Guide.au
18 August 2010
Summary: Though still far from perfect, BlackBerry's Storm2 improves greatly on its ill-fated predecessor. BlackBerry addicts still won't appreciate the cramped touch-screen keyboard and the interface could do with a facelift, but the large display, the addition of Wi-Fi and improvements to the OS make it a...
Pros: Large display, portrait QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, much improved touch mechanism compared to original Storm, 3.5mm headphone jack
Cons: Haptic feedback can't be turned off, menu structure better suits a non-touch phone, keyboard will still be too cramped for some people
Excerpt: As the saying goes, if at first you don’t succeed… that’s also apparently RIM’s moto. While they have launched new devices recently including this, the Storm 2, they don’t seem to be doing much in terms of design, just upgrading of specs here and there to beef up an existing device's appeal.
Summary: The see-saw like depressing screen has gone in favour of a much better and more responsive way of entering text and commands. And, it’s this and such other enhanced usability features that are likely to make the Storm2 a firm favourite among business users.
BlackBerry Storm2 9520 im Test: Piezo-Power aus Kanada
28 April 2015
Summary: Zugegeben: Der zuständige Tester ist vom neuen BlackBerry Storm ziemlich angetan, dennoch traut die handytarife.de-Redaktion dem Touch-Smartphone den ganz großen Wurf nicht zu, denn die SurePress-Steuerung polarisiert, da viele die Klickfunktion auf dem Display keinesfalls erwarten.