3.2 MP Camera
Enhanced Media Player
Corporate Data Access
Written on: 13/03/2010 by ara 07 (3 reviews written)
very popular model specially to the youth. i like the slim body of the phone that makes it easy to carry and handle. (read more)
Written on: 17/11/2009 by Ariane Hold (2 reviews written)
I can see that there are already quite a few reviews on this subject but because i felt quite strongly about it at the time I would like to add my personal review.
The clickeable touch-screen is not responsive or accurate, the phone is sluggish and the navigation confusing. It is not clear how many apps are running at the same time draining battery and data transfer speed. Typing messages and emails was ok after a while but not great. I deliberately chose this over the iPhone because I do... (read more)
Written on: 13/10/2009 by larryjordin (24 reviews written)
I guess folks don't appreciate what blackberry has to offer on this smartphone. I love the majority of their smartphone lines and this is one of them.
I found it to have an amazing array of expanded functionality and it was easy to use. Quite a must in your list of gadgets if you want to have an organized career. The design is sleek and compact. Quite durable too if you'll ask me. (read more)
Written on: 22/09/2009
Just buy an iphone. I have been trying not to go that route. But its time. the lagging issue with the blackberry storm is unbelievable. i can make a call and not be able to adjust any controls throughout the call because the blackberry is processing something. the support for the phone has been horrible. The provider does all it can with rebooting blahblah. but it still does not fix the issue. Good by blackberry, i am going to become an apple user. :( (read more)
Written on: 28/08/2009 by SuzukiKev (22 reviews written)
I have owned the storm now for over 2 months and I must admit that at first I felt a little bit let down. I had trouble setting up the media sync on the PC, it would run very slow and for some reason you can't lock the keys only the screen. But after using it and downloading some apps from the blackberry store I have now managed to get everything to work and can lock what I want when I want. It has also made the phone quicker and to be honest I prefer it to the iphone. I wouldn't change this... (read more)
Written on: 17/08/2009 by hfs (16 reviews written)
I have used the BlackBerry Storm on a daily basis for about 4 months now. It has its quirks and I had many troubles with it locking up which required a battery removal reboot about twice a month.
After the latest software update download I installed about a month ago, all is looking up for this phone. I haven't had to do the rebooting like before, the screen doesn't freeze hardly ever now, and it is becoming a user friendly device. Finally!
The Storm is still not a phone you can hold on... (read more)
Written on: 29/07/2009
I have been using Blackberry's for 7 years now, had all sorts of models. I cannot emphasise enough how poor the Storm performs. I wanted to like it, but after 4 weeks I literally want to stamp it to pieces.
New and annoying features:
1. On a call, your ear reacts with the touch screen and turns on the mute button.
2. Battery life is so poor I used a full battery by lunchtime... I struggled to get a full day out of it.
3. Try texting or typing and one is forever recorrecting. Its impossible... (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2009 by sdpsupremeseller
The touch screen functionality is amazing as the BlackBerry Storm screen itself clicks in. The point of this feature is to protect against accidentially touching the screen when unlock. The phone is a reasonable sixe compared to other smart phones. But the best feature i would say is the quality of the screen. When i played a video the picture was clear unlike some phones.
Written on: 19/07/2009
I couldn't wait to get a Storm when it was first realases and was initially very happy with it but the honeymoon didn't last long at all.
I've had this model for just under 6 months now and am already on my third handset which has also recently stopped working properly. With my first handset the screen simply froze and wouldn't do anything. Vodafone replaced it (with a reconditioned model) which stopped working after about a week. This time keys stopped working. Again Vodafone replaced... (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2009
This Blackberry Storm should not have been released, it is an awful piece of engineering. It is very very slow, it does not let you hold the phone to your face as your cheek acitvates the other buttons. (read more)
Written on: 02/06/2009
Blackberry Storm looks good. Worst Phone i have ever owned, such a shame it has so much potential. (read more)
Written on: 02/06/2009 by no idea (1 review written)
The Blackberry Storm is absolute pants... Owned it for several days now, more that enough time to realise that it is unfit for purpose. Poor signal, 3g but spends most of it s time in gprs when I live in a high speed 3g area! The battery drain by 30% after a 15min call, gets hot while charging and in use. Even with light use, several sub 5 min calls the thing is flat come teatime.
It is a sweet looker and very easy to use, I have rough old mechanic's fingers and can still work the screen,... (read more)
Written on: 15/04/2009 by paradise (27 reviews written)
If you've already researched this touch-screen BlackBerry Storm on the internet, then my guess is you've probably read more bad than good. So let me start with some good news - at least you haven't rushed into making a mistake like I have when upgrading from my Sony Ericsson K800i to my first-ever 'smart' phone (and first-ever BlackBerry)!
My reason for changing to a BlackBerry was primarily to be able to access my e-mails on the go and, I suppose, to give mobile internet browsing a go. Up... (read more)
Written on: 28/02/2009
Blackberry Storm is pocket size and has good call quality, you are able to sent text message very easy and using yahoo is great but only when you turn the screen landscape. If you're on the move and need a out of office tool this is the phone for you. (read more)
Written on: 07/01/2009 by 1984gregw (1 review written)
The Blackberry Storm has a nice big screen, good for vids and pics but not for me, just takes to long to do anything, it would be ok if you had time to sit round all day and play with it but just getting up your phone book must take about 30 sec's.
Ok if you have time but not for someone on the move. (read more)
Written on: 03/01/2009
It's stylish; it hits the right audience that RIM intended. It's easy to use and a different style of BlackBerry.
I badly want one, well recommend blackberry storm. (read more)
Written on: 21/12/2008 by caedlin2001 (12 reviews written)
I'm not one of those daft Motorola fashion mobile users. My last mobile which i love dearly was the Omnia. The Storm is a cheap plastic affair in comparison. I found it impossible to synch with my comp, bluetooth wouldn't pair with anything and my Email accounts would not recieve or send, something the Omnia can do at a touch of its very intuitive screen. The Applications would not download and if they had the 28Mb exclusive apps memory wouldn't have coped. (read more)
Written on: 21/12/2008 by zooz08
The Blackberry Storm looks and feels good...thats about it- had to take it back yesterday after 14 day...slow, cumbersome, browser is simply horrible...if you need blackberry then bold is best (read more)
Written on: 02/12/2008 by tumbleweeds1979 (1 review written)
I recently upgraded from an N95, choosing the Storm over the iPhone. I played with it for an entire day, tried to set up email, use all the features, but it really is a poor phone in my opinion.
I tried to give it a chance, but it's just so horrible to use for me! The touch screen - like the idea of 'click' feedback, but it's really stiff near the edges of the screen and the devise often selects random parts of the screen in my experience.
To write a message, takes about 4 times longer... (read more)
Written on: 27/11/2008
The VZ navigator feature is better than both the AT&T iPhone navigation and also Sprints. The touch screen feature is nice and so is the layout of the options.
The Storm does not work with Verizon's wireless sync, the only way to push e-mail is through an enterprise server, which mean's it's best for corporate e-mails instead of personal. Verizon and Blackberry technical support is terrible and the software does not work with Mac and it did not work out of the box with any of my PCs. There... (read more)
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