BlackBerry Storm2 'adds touch to RIM features'
Consumers selling mobile phones for a new touchscreen device may be interested in the recent thoughts of one expert.
In an article looking at the BlackBerry Storm2, Cnet's Flora Graham said that Research In Motion (RIM) had been able to combine some of the more attractive aspects of its range with a desirable interface.
She explained that while the front panel of the model is not in the same league as others currently on the market, those who want some the features now synonymous with the firm's line-up may still be impressed.
"If your work requires the security of a BlackBerry, but you're desperate for a touchscreen, the Storm 2 could be just the ticket," she concluded.
The Storm2 is equipped with a clickable SurePress display that measures 3.25 inches and offers access to the device's media player, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, along with a 3.2-megapixel camera.
For those who want a BlackBerry that boasts a full qwerty keyboard, the Bold 9700 model is also about to be released.
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Published by Paul Whalley