Summary: "Worst touchscreen phone! unresponsive, clickable makes it much more difficult to press a key... software full of bugs wont perform as it's supposed to! Dissapointed with Blackberry, moving back to key phones.
Summary: I had one of these for about a month through work and was more than pleased to get rid of it. Rim does not make very many mistakes when it comes to smartphones until they try working outside of their comfort zone and the blackberry storm 2 is just that, another incantation of a reputable company trying to hard to be something their not.
Summary: After dealing with Verizon Wireless to close my account I discovered that they LIE. I was told by three different representatives of the company that to cancel my family share plan was $95. Now they say that it is $95 EACH phone. The whole reason for cancelling the stupid plan was I CAN'T AFFORD IT.
Lesson: Get a cellphone and contract from ANYONE, but Verizon.
Summary: well what can I say about this product except. if this is refurbished then I am a monkeys uncle. a few marks is a joke. It should be shown as in poor condition. also it does not work with all networks such as Tesco. it is not unlocked to all networks. only delivery was good. many faults with this phone not just cosmetic faults. buy it else where. its a rip off.
Summary: Before Apple and Android - Blackberry was the smartphone front runner (albeit for a very short period of time) They were the phone of choice for business users (and in some cases still are) and built up a very loyal following with their communication-centric handset - that could pool all your email, messaging and BBM into one place - ontop of a sturdy typing system meaning the phones were great for not only receiving email, but sending too.
Pros: The design is the strongest point, with it being the area it doesn't let the user down
Cons: A second rate smartphone, dated even upon its release
Hudds Man "Born in 1962 the youngest son of p..., Amazon
22 May 2011
Summary: Having done all my research and decided to get an HTC desire (in August 2010) I went to the O2 shop. When I got there I saw the Blackberry Storm 2 next to the Desire on the display. "I didn't know that Blackberry did touchscreen phones" I said to the salesman. "Oh yes and they are very good." We then got into a conversation about the relative merits of the two phones and he convinced me that the Blackberry was the better option.
Nice idea - but so unreliable it's unfit for purpose
Paul Kaye, Amazon
5 October 2010
Summary: Although this phone has lots of nice features, including a very nice screen, it's just too buggy/unreliable to be any use to man or beast! The biggest problem is that the screen often gets itself into a strange 'double click' mode whereby every press turns into multiple presses so making any data entry impossible. This frequently happens after terminating a call.