There has been a lot of buzz lately about the highly anticipated Blackberry Storm2. Most have been wondering what improvements have been made and if they are significant enough to make an impact in the industry. Based on the specs we’ve sourced, apparently the Blackberry Storm2 is a good update to the Storm. Some of the new features include a 3.25’’ display with HVGA technology, 3.2 mega pixel auto focus camera, built-in GPS receiver and will be available in both CDMA and 3G networks with HSPA. The Blackberry Storm2 has a battery life of 13 – 15 standby and 5-6 hours talk time depending on the version you go with.
Vodafone just released information on pre-ordering the Storm2 on October 26th, the phone will initially be available in Europe and South Africa by Christmas most likely meaning it will be available early next year in North America. Based on the buzz around the Internet the Blackberry Storm2 should be a worthwhile update getting RIM closer to having a strong alternative to the iPhone.
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