The BlackBerry Storm 9730 offers 3G capability, lots of memory and a snazzy two touch-screen experience along with the familiar secure messaging platform.
But in the wake of the Storm’s Nov. 21 debut, it’s what Research in Motion’s latest smartphone seems to miss that has critics offering less-than-kind comments.
Well, I knew that the first version of Verizon’s BlackBerry Storm brought up some negative critics as well as positive ones. However, especially compared to the iPhone – honestly the Storm is just existing to challange the iPhone and fight back – the Storm needs some more improvement. Not just in the software needs to be better (let me just mention the touch screen issues) but also the hardware need some pimping. 3G is just a standard feature which every BlackBerry Bold has. BlackBerry users depend on fast internet connection because that’s base function of the BlackBerry. Not that much surfing the web; more having fast internet access to use email and business applications like CRM or others.
Check out more information about the BlackBerry Storm here.
You might also want to check out the quick flip case for the new storm.
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