BlackBerry Storm or Curve 8900 which one would you pick?

We have seen several mobile handsets being pushed out by Research In Motion ready for the festive season, probably the most prominent of these would be the BlackBerry Bold and BlackBerry Curve 8900, and then of course the much lauded BlackBerry Storm.

So let’s take a quick look at two BlackBerrys, the Curve 8900 and the Storm and check out each of their features to see how they compare…

The BlackBerry Curve 8900 offers the user a full QWERTY keyboard, 480 x 360 pixel TFT screen, trackball navigation, 3.15 megapixel camera with flash, aGPS, GPS, GSM 850/ 900/1800/1900, and microSD TransFlash.

The BlackBerry Storm however offers the user 480 x 360 pixel TFT touch-screen display with SurePress technology, GPS, 3.2 megapixel camera, video recording and Bluetooth 2.0, along with a whole lot more.

So taking these two BlackBerrys they both look similar on paper, but the question is, which would you pick?

Source — product-reviews


2 thoughts on “BlackBerry Storm or Curve 8900 which one would you pick?”

  1. Reply
    AliPROC says:

    Although very cool, the blackberry storm is slow and hard to text on, it freezes alot and its difficult to answer calls, the blackberry storm is by far more impressive but the curve is definately more user friendly.

  2. Reply
    adrian says:

    had the storm and sent it back, the touch screen could do with being improved somewhat.
    had the curve 8900 fora week now and can honestly say that both hansets are vurtually the same but for user freindly being the key here choose the curve 8900

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