Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Black Berry Storm 9500 Review

It's not everyday that you see a BlackBerry review on our homepage but it's not like RIM routinely churn out devices like the Storm either. Messaging is still the legendary name but… well… touchscreen is the game. Keeping the business appeal of its siblings, the 9500 Storm sure stands out in the Berry crowd. But it also tries to set itself apart from the other touchscreens by promising a whole new touch experience.

Key features:

  • 3.25" 65K-color capacitive touchscreen of 360 x 480 pixel resolution

  • A new touchscreen experience thanks to SurePress screen

  • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and 2100 MHz 3G with HSDPA support

  • 3.15 MP autofocus camera, LED flash

  • BlackBerry OS 4.7

  • Qualcomm MSM7600 528 MHz CPU, 128 MB RAM

  • Built-in GPS and BlackBerry maps preloaded

  • 1 GB internal storage

  • Hot-swappable microSD card slot, ships with an 8GB card

  • Landscape virtual QWERTY keyboard goes as close to hardware keys as we have seen

  • Great build quality

  • Solid looks

  • 3.5mm standard audio jack

  • Bluetooth and USB v2.0

  • Really nice web browser

  • Document editor

  • Excellent audio quality


  1. I love BlackBerry
    Thnx 4 sharing

  2. its the best i've seen. blackberry



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