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Seems comparatively better than Storm. Especially WIFI in it!
With its large and crisp touchscreen, 3.2 megapixel camera, sleek form factor, and a host of connectivity options, the BlackBerry Storm2 should be great. It packs upgraded performance, a tweaked user interface, enhanced operating system, and overall really works to make up for its previous generation's shortcomings. It even includes Wi-Fi, a first for Verizon-branded Storms. Despite all of this, the end product is somehow lacking. The Storm2 makes up for its predecessor's shortcomings, but given the competition of large, touchscreen-based smartphones on Verizon, and the hordes of apps available for its prime target competitor, it's hard to give this BlackBerry a solid recommendation.
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Im wondering if I should get this or an iphone.
Next to my samsung wave... i love this phone
this is a very reliable phone i had one for about 8 months
blackberry is awesome ---------- Post added at 07:39 AM ---------- Previous post was at 07:32 AM ---------- blackberry is awesome.must have
my storm is why i joined the forum
Originally Posted by ELMHURSTWIRE not so bad phone..this is my oldest daughters current phone! the storm 2 that is..not to many upgrades from the storm one though! You're kidding, right? Never has an upgrade of any smart phone been so significant. Obviously you're taking your oldest daughter's word for this and haven't used both phones. The difference between the two phones is so dramatic that it's hard to believe they come from the same manufacturer.
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