BlackBerry Storm 2 Launched by Verizon

28 Oct 2009 | BlackBerry , RIM , Smartphone , Verizon Wireless | 1 comment


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blackberry storm 2 verizonResearch in Motion and Verizon Wireless have launched the BlackBerry Storm 2 9550 smartphone today.

The new Storm 2 features a 3.25" (480 x 360 pixels) touchscreen with SurePress technology, which provides an electronic feedback that feel like a click. On the connectivity side, the device has 3G, Wi-Fi and EVDO Revivsion A. It comes with 256MB of flash memory, 2GB of internal memory, microSD/SDHD card slot with a 16GB card included.

The Storm 2 is powered by BlackBerry OS 5.0, which according to RIM, improves typing accuracy and selection, as well as usability and animations.

Other features include a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and video recording, 3.5 mm stereo headset jack and dedicated volume controls, GPS and photo geotagging.

Verizon is selling the BlackBerry Storm 2 starting today for $179.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate.

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by JK on Oct 28, 2009

The features look good. Lets just hope it won't be as crappy as the first Storm.