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AT&T kick up a storm over Blackberry Storm: iPhone better?

Take this as you find it but it looks like there is an internal document doing the rounds at AT&T that has them pitting the Apple iPhone 3G against the soon to be released Research In Motion BlackBerry Storm.

Word is the document is real and in it AT&T says about the BlackBerry Storm… The Storm doesn’t have multi-touch – no Wi-Fi – doesn’t have tri-band HSDPA – doesn’t have an App Store — No iTunes action — and the browser sucks on the Storm.

Fighting words? Maybe there are a few legit points in there but so far the BlackBerry Storm’s browser hasn’t been tested. Maybe it is time people reminded AT&T about the complete chaos when the Apple iPhone was launched and the aftermath.

Source — BGR

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  1. John Wargo says:

    Interesting that AT&T is responding with talking points about a device it cannot know anything about since it has not even been announced by the manufacturer and it’s doubtful RIM has even showed it to AT&T. Also, the talking points, except for the App Store, are probably a point by point comparison to the features of the Storm. It probably has Wi-fi, GPS and supports the same network channels. Not much of a convincing argument there – to list features that both products will likely have.