My 2 Cents: Seems like RIMM is not pulling any punches with the introduction of their new line of products…BOLD…STORM…which re-designed what you image as a RIMM device…TOUCHSCREEN ;O)
Seems that you will now have a little more info on what the additional functionality these will have in the near future.
We’re still waiting on Verizon’s official launch of the Blackberry Storm, but the anticipation is running high, especially since we just received a list of specs and talking points distributed to store reps about RIM’s first touchscreen phone. As expected, the 9530 Storm will feature that controversial “click” touchscreen with built-in tactile feedback, GSM connectivity for global use in addition to EV-DO, visual voicemail, a 3.2 megapixel camera with video, and a full HTML browser. Sadly, there’s no pricing information or specific release date, but we’ve got a feeling we’ll get those soon — stay tuned.
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