BlackBerry Storm2 Is Official, Boasts Excellent Connectivity

By 06:23 Fri, 09 Jul 2021 Comments

Finally, after all those leaks the BlackBerry Storm 2 is official. This second version of BlackBerry touch phone has piles of technology by its name - starting with the fantastic piezo touchscreen, correct to almost every nuke and cranny of the 802.11 specification (something sorely missed in the original).

The Storm2 is available in two versions, both of them having quad-band Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) radios. The North American version (BlackBerry Storm2 9550) also sports CDirect Memory Access (DMA) as well as EV-DO Rev A. BlackBerry Storm2 9520 on the other hand comes single-band 3G with HSPA (2100MHz).

The centerpiece of the BlackBerry Storm2 is of course the SurePress touchscreen. No, it's not the recent one, which everyone loved to despise (though it won an award). It's a brand recent one, complete with piezoelectric gadgetry, which makes the classy screen clickable only when the device is on.

Here are the other vital features of the BlackBerry Storm2: the classy screen is 3.25" gigantic with HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution using capacitive technology, while the autofocus capturing camera has 3.2 megapixel resolution. The list goes on with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, built-in GPS receiver and a 1400 mAh Li-Ion battery.

The BlackBerry Storm2 will be available to Vodafone customers in seven European countries and South Africa before the discontinue of the month. A 2-year 35 GBP/month contract will acquire you the handset for free.

Here's the official BlackBerry Storm2 promo video:

Sources: BlackBerry US •

BlackBerry UK •

Vodafone UK



Related Article



Please LOGIN or REGISTER To Gain Full Access To This Article