It’s not the first time we see the BlackBerry Storm 2 on video, but that doesn’t mean it’s not interesting seeing it again. Especially since the first video is no longer available, and the two new ones bring precious details about RIM’s second-generation Storm.
According to these videos, the Storm 2 is much better than the original Storm – first of all because it uses a new technology, called Piezo, which makes its touchscreen display very user-friendly.
It’s said that, thanks to this technology, typing on the Storm 2’s screen is even nicer than typing on the iPhone’s screen.
As you probably already know, there will be two versions of the BlackBerry Storm, both featuring Wi-Fi: 9550 for Verizon Wireless, and 9520 for GSM carriers, AT&T included.
The BlackBerry Storm 2 preview videos are a bit lengthy, but it’s worth watching them:
Unfortunately, there are still no official details about the release of BlackBerry Storm 2.
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