The much hyped BlackBerry Storm is here finally. It was one of the most awaited phones not only because it was a Blackberry but also because it was the first touch screen phone from Blackberry. More than the phone, it was the Motion’s Sure-Press functionality that enables the screen to be clickable.
Now, when you have the Storm in your corner, it’s time when we analySe why it is so special. Let us take a look into some special features of this phone that makes it a BlackBerry. Body This Blackberry is surprisingly heavy compared to rest of its counterparts or to any other smart phone of the same class. Other than its weight, it even looks heavy because of its thick appearance and square shape. Screen As mentioned above, the Motion’s Sure-pres functionality enables the screen to be clicked when you touch it. It gives you a very smooth tactile feeling on touching that is, in short, you do not need a hammer to operate the touch screen. Keys Compared to any other touch screen phone, the Storm really has enough buttons to deal with and to be exact, it has nine buttons. The buttons include volume rocker, dedicated lock and other standard Blackberry buttons.
Compared to other touch screens on the block, this one has the highest screen resolution of 480x360. With superb picture clarity and OS, the phone never lets you down on any context but sometimes, you may have problems with OS.
Battery Battery life of Storm is satisfactory and powerful enough to let you throughout the day. However, it is not similar to the beast that powers Bold. Camera
With 3.2 MP camera in it, Storm offers a satisfactory picture clarity and it consists of all the basic picture editing tools that enable you to edit it. Lastly, it also has dedicated flash but nothing to be proud of. It is BlackBerry, so performance is guaranteed. However, there are certain loopholes in the OS that may not allow you to enjoy the Storm to its fullest. There may be times when you compare it to the Apple I-phone, but that is not your fault.