Slide shows Odin refresh specs for BlackBerry Storm 3
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If you use an electron microscope and a magnifying glass with 100x optical zoom, you might be able to make out the bottom of the slide which reads, "___ember" which means that we could see the BlackBerry Storm 3 launch as soon as September or as late as December. RIM has been staying under the radar while Apple and Android do their thing. With the luxurious looking Touchscreen/Slider 9800 and the refreshed Storm 3, it sure seems as though RIM is going to have some very exciting models to introduce as we get closer to the holiday season. And unlike past launches for RIM, this time it seems that the changes they made came from your input.
1. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:47 0 0
Screen still 3.2? I mean even the iphone is 3.5, so step it up already. when android has massive screens and mid ranged screens, its time to move up on your" flag ship" device.
4. rwolf1984 posted on 20 Jul 2010, 09:41 0 0
i dont think the storm is the flagship...lol...otherwise wouldnt it be good?
2. GHOUSE posted on 20 Jul 2010, 05:40 0 0
I agree completely with you. At least make it 3.5 inches to match the iphone, 3.2 inches is too small for a flagship smartphone.
6. luv_droids posted on 20 Jul 2010, 16:47 0 0
why would blackberry try to MATCH the iphone? blacberry users, are not the same as iphone and android users, I would love to own a droid, the iphone never really interested me, nothing against apple just not into it, but I really LOVE my blackberry and am finding it hard to make a change, and the screen size on m,y phone is NOT a deal breaker for me, with the storm 3 coming out im finding it very difficult to find a reason to switch.
8. Entouch Graphics (unregistered) posted on 02 Sep 2010, 21:15 0 0
SurePress is a GREAT feature! The only bad thing about surepress was on the Storm 1.
5. ace1122 posted on 20 Jul 2010, 15:47 0 0
By flagship phone, do you mean verizons flagship phone or blackberry's flagship phone? Because there is no way that this is Verizon's flagship phone anymore.
7. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 21 Jul 2010, 04:58 0 0
Of not not verizons, i mean blackberrys. It seems like since the first storm, they have out the latest os version on it. Im not saying it needs to go against the iphone or android in general, but a larger screen would be nice.