RIM BlackBerry Storm: Look Another Detailed Review

With the BlackBerry Storm, Research In Motion wants to achieve the promise of a decent email experience for the customer, but have they made the grade? Apparently the rumour is Vodafone actually sent RIM back to the board several time before they gave the good to go sign on the BlackBerry Storm.

The whispers have been saying the BlackBerry Storm will have a full touch-screen with haptic feedback; however it actually has something better because Research In Motion has combined a multi-touch screen with a new suspension system which sits below the screen itself.

The other big difference is the BlackBerry Storm’s virtual QWERTY keyboard which orientates itself to whatever way it is being held, and RIM has made sure the keys can be worked either left handed or right handed, and with basics like quad-band 850, 900, 1800 and 1900MHz GSM, GPRS and EDGE networks, and a cut and paste feature that everyone has been looking for, the BlackBerry Storm is the ideal mobile handset for everyone.

Source — pocket-lint