BlackBerry Storm

The storm is a smartphone, as late BlackBerry phones were, so there will be plenty of apps for it. There is also multitasks, so you can view a document or view the web while you speak on the phone. The storm supports new innovations including voice enabled call, conference call and voicemail attachment.

Anyone who chooses to conquer the mass market needs a good camera and media actor (fact that Apple forgot!) And the storm does. It's certainly not the best camera around the camera, the camera has 3.2 megapixel resolution, and with auto focus and LED flash it will take wise images – enough for print quality, provided you do not expand too much. The media supports all common audio formats and synchronizes with iTunes. The storm has 1GB of built-in memory, enough to start, and will take on a microSD memory card of whacking 16GB, which is enough to store about 4,000 MP3 songs. It's ok for a Bluetooth stereo headset and an additional great feature that is missing from many rivals is a 3.5mm audio plug that lets you connect any microphone headset. This means that you are not tied to a specific headphone, but can communicate with a better headphone for the best possible audio experience.

The storm is smartphone, just like the late BlackBerry phone so there will be plenty of application applications usable for it. It also supports multitasking so you can view a document or view the web while you speak on the phone. The storm supports new innovations including voice enabled call, conference call and voicemail attachment.

Anyone who chooses to conquer the mass market needs a good camera and media actor (fact that Apple forgot!) And the storm does. It's certainly not the best camera around the camera, the camera has 3.2 megapixel resolution, and with auto focus and LED flash it will take sensible pictures – enough for print quality, provided you do not expand too much. The media supports all common audio formats and synchronizes with iTunes.

The storm has 1GB of built-in memory, enough to start, and will take on a microSD memory card of whacking 16GB, which is enough to store about 4,000 MP3 songs. It's ok for a Bluetooth stereo headset and an additional great feature that is missing from many rivals is a 3.5mm audio plug that lets you connect any microphone headset. This means that you are not tied to a specific headphone, but can communicate with a better headphone for the best possible audio experience.

Source by Yudha Ramadhona

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