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Blackberry Storm2 Review

  • The new BlackBerry Storm2 from Research In Motion significantly improves the BlackBerry touch-screen platform with new technology and new features to let customers stay easily connected to the people, places and things that matter most.

    The Blackberry Storm2 is identical to its predecessor in measurements and display size. It weighs just slightly more (0.1 ounce more, to be exact) than the original Blackberry Storm.

    There is a similar difference in the BlackBerry Storm2 where the BlackBerry Storm2 9520 is the GSM device and the BlackBerry Storm2 9550 is the CDMA device.

    Besides the difference between the BlackBerry Storm2 and BlackBerry Storm devices will be the presence of WiFi ability in the BlackBerry Storm 2 but not in the BlackBerry Storm.

    The BlackBerry Storm2 has  2GB of memory capacity while the predecessor BlackBerry Storm has only 1GB.

    BlackBerry Storm2 9520 Specs

    General

    • 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 
    • 3G Network HSDPA 2100 

    Size

    • Dimensions 112.5 x 62.2 x 14 mm 
    • Weight 160 g

    Display

    • Type – TFT capacitive touchscreen, 65K colors
    • Size – 360 x 480 pixels, 3.25 inches
    • Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate

    Sound

    • Alert types – Vibration; MP3 ringtones
    • Speakerphone – Yes
    • 3.5 mm audio jack

    Battery

    • 1400 mAhr removable/rechargeable cryptographic Lithium cell 

    Battery Life

    • CDMA: 11.2 days standby, 5.5 hours of talk time
    • GSM: 12.7 days standby, 5 hours of talk time
    • UMTS: 11.7 days standby, 6 hours of talk time

    Camera

    • 3.2 MP camera, flash, auto focus, image stabilization, 2X digital zoom 

    GPS

    • Integrated GPS with A-GPS 

    Wi-Fi

    • 802.11 b/g enabled

    Memory

    • Phonebook – Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
    • Call records – Yes
    • Internal – 2 GB
    • Card slot microSD up to 16GB
    • Bluetooth – Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
    • Infrared port – No
    • USB – Yes. microUSB v2.0
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