RIM BlackBerry Storm 3 More Details Revealed

For you BlackBerry Storm fans out there some details on the new Storm device coming from Research In Motion have now appeared in some training slides and apparently give up some info on the BlackBerry Storm 3.

According to an article over on Softpedia by Ionut Arghire, by way of the guys over at Engadget, the new BlackBerry Storm 3 will feature the same looks and previous Storm devices but will include several enhancements inside.

Apparently the BlackBerry Storm 3 will come out to play packing double the RAM of the BlackBerry Storm 2 at 512 RAM along with a 5 megapixel camera, WiFi 802.11n and will be a world phone.

BlackBerry 6 OS will be there with a few enhancements including a new Webkit browser and should include 3G mobile hotspot features after launch with a refreshed UI and a 1GHz processor.

Rumour also has it that the BlackBerry Storm 3 may even pack support for LTE; however, that is just rumour at this stage and will more than likely come packing 3G connectivity and will certainly be a device heading for the Verizon network to add to their Storm line-up with the bottom of the slide revealing a possible “…ember” month.


4 thoughts on “RIM BlackBerry Storm 3 More Details Revealed”

  1. Dave says:

    When my Storm is out of contract, I know a very long pier in Cherry Grove (North Myrtle Beach) that I will see if I can get it to skip at least twice on the water.

    If it does, it will be the first thing this piece of #%^&#$ has done right since I got it over 1 year ago.

    I do not know, however, what I will do with all my spare time that I used to remove the battery and reboot the phone!!!

    Several people in my company have this phone and all have the same problems…I will be switching them to Android as soon as practical…tired of trying to hang earrings on this pig.

  2. Natalie Carter says:

    yea i know what u mean….but maybe RIM just may have something new under their sleeve with the storm 3…I do looooooove blackberry and was really going to switch to droid but I think I will stick it out and see what RIM has to offer. Lets just hope they finally decided to take a dive on the high end with all of their other competitors….

  3. Tim says:

    I have both a Droid 2 and a Storm 1…I find the Droid a bit clunky to use when messaging, but the browser rocks. The slide out Qwerty keyboard is a relief after having to deal with Storm soft keyboard…if they only could take the best features of both into a new smartphone.

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