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About this product
- Family LineBlackBerry Storm
- Storage Capacity1GB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyGSM / GPRS / EDGE / HSDPA
- BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) HSDPA 2100
- ConnectivityMicro USB
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD,MicroSDHC
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1400 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 330 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 360 hr
- Display TechnologyTFT LCD
- Screen Size3.25"
- Display Resolution480 x 360 pixels
- Color Depth16-bit (65000 colors)
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.43 in.
- Depth0.55 in.
- Width2.45 in.
- Weight5.64 oz
- Antenna TypeInternal
Most relevant reviews
- 308006972@delet...Apr 25, 2010by
Finally touch screen phone for grown-ups.
I am a (former) Iphone user, but my company recently gave us company BlackBerry Curve's. I bought this Storm 2 to replace the company phone, and and am impressed. It's amazing how you forget what a grown up phone can do. The storm has lightning fast app launching, easily switches between apps, great camera and video camera, built in ability to operate all Office documents, and the ability to theme your phone. (without hacking or "jailbreaking") The clicking touch screen takes a little while to get used to, but it offers a wider selection option, such as hovering without selecting. It merges email, sms, facebook, twitter, etc, by contact and on a desktop function that is easy to navigate, and you can see everything for the contact in a timeline. The swift handling of email (especially MS exchange) is unmatched in any other phone, The design of the operating software is extremely intuitive, making composing, editing, attaching files to, and sending messages much easier and faster than other touch screen phones. There are also built in magnet sensors that recognize when you put the phone in it's holster, and adjust the sound and vibrate notification settings appropriately, while also putting the phone to sleep. It will also recognize when it's snapped into a navigation holder in a car, and automatically launch the nav software. The web browser on this phone is annoying and small, and apps like pandora and iheartradio do not stream well. The phone will never compete with the iphone in interface or range of applications, but I don't need that. I have a laptop with a wireless card and several computers at home and work. I can surf on those. The phone far surpasses the iphone in functionality when it comes to running multiple processes, intuitiveness, instant notification of email (not push every 5 min) and so on. If you need a great touch screen phone and you use your phone for business, this is the one, hands down. If you need your phone to surf the web and listen to the radio, it is not. As a side note, the phone will easily tether to a computer and operate as a modem, including thru Bluetooth. Read full review
- pariankitJun 04, 2012by
A great service for CDMA/GSM type phones.
First of all, the purchase I made was NOT for merchandise but for a service. I bought a code to "unlock" the GSM side of my Verizon Blackberry 9930 so it can now be used with any SIM card from any country in the world. Verizon purposely locks the GSM side of all the CDMA/GSM type phones they sell for use only with Vodaphone. So when you travel outside the US, you're forced to use Vodaphone. This "quirk" has nothing to do with Blackberry, it's all about Verizon's strat to keep their clients captive. If you travel internationally and prefer to use your same US phone while overseas but on a different country number, you may want to touch base with this fellow. Only caveat is you're only paying for the the "unlock code". Your phone never leaves your side (which is a good thing), but you'll need to know how to navigate through it well enough to follow his "walk-through" so you can enter the code where it should be placed. Read full review
- ltrn1971Aug 07, 2009by
Neat phone in between Palm and LG
I had BB Pearl so I was used to OS. I have had palm in past and LUV it's OS. I haven't tried downloading any apps at this point but my carriers unlimited web access and browers is better than my LG Dare. The dare got me used to the touch screen tech, and I found BB an upgrade because of the feedback you getfrom the screen. It's a work in progress though, hav been playing with sensitiviy to get the right speed and touch performance. Like the built in features. Not a Twitter or facebook fan, but already preloaded. MP3 player is nice, hav card with over 400 songs on it. It was used when bought fro ebay so that's why I gave it a good rating. It was dinged up a bit. Bought some accessories to pimp my phone, so it's me! Ocassionally phone screen will freeze up, talked with other owners who said it does tha for them too but not very often. May consider downloading new ringtones, preloaded are lame. Only real problem is the ring time on the phone is so short I often can't answer phone before it goes to voicemail unless it's on my person when a call comes in. Read full review
- elvycollNov 01, 2011by
the sexy bb Storm 9500
Design Somewhere between the aesthetics of the BlackBerry Bold and the iPhone 3G you'll find the chic BlackBerry Storm. The large, colourful screen lends itself to comparison with Apple's wunderkind, but the details of the design are undeniably BlackBerry. The Storm is sexy: a combination of glossy piano-black and stainless steel line the display, with a faux brushed metal matte-black plastic battery cover. External keys on the edges are also in steel and include a volume rocker and a dedicated camera shutter button. The Storm features a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top-right side of the phone, as all self-respecting multimedia mobiles should. Touchscreen A BlackBerry with a touchscreen may seem like a Porsche with wings — as though the two don't quite go together — but trust us; this is a cool step forward for the BlackBerry family. It seems that BlackBerry manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) anticipated a reticence to touchscreens from its loyal fans so it developed a depress-able screen and software it calls SurePress. The touchscreen uses the same capacitive touchscreen technology as the iPhone and it registers contact with the surface as accurately. Unlike the iPhone, contact with the screen will only highlight a selection, not execute one. Opening a program requires you to touch the screen then press gently — this is SurePress in action. While this may seem like extra effort, it actually acts as a second chance. Rather than regularly opening and closing programs by mistake, or mistyping letters in an email, you have that split second to realise you've hit the wrong key before pressing on the screen. Performance Despite some minor lagging we've found the Storm to be quite powerful and sufficiently responsive. Some tasks, like opening large video files, can take a moment or more to process, but basic menu navigation and the all-important messaging app run pretty smoothly. If you can put up with the short pause as the video loads then watching video on the Storm is great. Unlike the iPhone, the Storm has excellent video codec recognition, supporting MPEG4, H.264, WMV and the obligatory 3GP mobile phone video format. Formats the phone doesn't recognise are converted during transfer via the BlackBerry Desktop Manager. The 3.25-inch touchscreen is sharp and colourful and the audio is decent. The same, of course, can be said for music playback, though we do recommend forking out for an upgrade to the headphones that come bundled with the phone. Battery life is a major concern for smartphones with large, high res displays and a range of connectivity options. The Storm is not immune from sucking through the juice and we found it was possible to run the battery down after about 10 hours of heavy use, however, it manages standby battery life much better than most. With casual use we saw battery cycles of several days, even with push email active. If you make frequent calls or would listen to hours of music a day you'll want to keep the charging pack with you. Read full review
- decesapiad3787Jun 24, 2011by
A great business phone.
The blackberry storm is a very good phone, but it does have its quirks that you really have to get used to. For instance the onscreen keyboard is a bit picky and works best in landscape than in portrait. When switching to numbers on the keyboard, it automatically switches back to letters which can be a bit annoying if you have to enter more than one number. Since I have big fingers many things I have to do in landscape than in portrait which can make looking at things on the screen a bit difficult due to the keyboard taking up most of the screen, but switching back and forth from portrait to landscape is a breeze. It does take a while to boot up from completely off, but once it is up and running there are no issues. The phone is best used as a business phone, but it does have apps like the iphone and Android phones but don't expect it to be the same. Available internal memory is low, but one can use the expansion MicroSD slot for for space. Battery life is excellent in comparison to many other smart phones I have own. I charge it every other day with heavy usage. Overall a great business phone, but not a direct competitor for the Iphone or Android based phones. Read full review