Leaked slides of the Verizon BlackBerry Storm have been all over the net this week. Specs have been confirmed and it looks like the BlackBerry Storm will pack a CDMA / EV-DO Rev. A, quadband EDGE, and 2100MHz HSPA. The touchscreen is a made up of a 3.25-inch 480 x 360 display which is suppose to be a notch above the Bold’s screen. The touchscreen will offer features like tactile feedback and auto-rotation. Other features in the BB Storm will be a 3.2-megapixel camera with flash, 1GB of onboard memory with microSD expansion( rumor is an 8GB is included in the box), a top notch browser, GPS, and visual voicemail.
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Looks even smaller than I was expecting..
BGR has landed some serious info on the a new curve coming toward AT&T. The sapphire-blue AT&T 8320 is pretty much the same model that T-Mobile has been released. Only differences is that it will be running the brand new OS 4.5 and have a built in client for AT&T WiFi hotspots. It is expected to be released in the last week of September.
AT&T is releasing OS 4.5 for the 8120, 8300, 8310, & 8820. The downloads are set to be available from www.att.com/bbdownloads in mid-September.
Yeah, I know Most of you guys don’t care about the BlackBerry Javelin but it really isn’t all that bad. A member of Howard Forums have leaked these images of a size comparison of the Javelin, Curve, and 8800. Surprisingly, the Javelin is the smallest. That’s something to look forward!
Here’s just a recap of the Javelin’s features. The BlackBerry Javelin will come equipped withÂ Wi-Fi and GPS but unfortunately no 3G. Other notable features are 3.2 megapixels camera, bigger display, O.S 4.6, and more spaced out keys.
What do you think about this? Since the Bold has been released in other countries already. By the time we get a release date for the U.S. do you think it will be delayed again? I’m almost wondering if the BlackBerry Javelin will come out before the Bold?
Adding onto our BlackBerry coverage. It looks like Sprint is finally catching up with every other wireless carrier by adding a “better” BlackBerry Curve to their lineup. The BlackBerry 8350i is official model for Sprint that will be heading to their lineup. It’s equipped with Wi-Fi, a 2 megapixel camera, GPS, and is set run to run the anticipated OS 4.6. No Official date but look out for a Q4 release. There will also be a camera-less version of the BlackBerry 8350i for you business users out there.