BlackBerry Touch makes its debut on YouTube

BlackBerry Touch makes its debut on YouTube
Once again, the BlackBerry Touch has popped up online showing off its features in front of the camera. This time, however, we are not talking about leaked photos like the ones we reported about not long ago. RIM's  upcoming smartphone has just recently made its YouTube debut in a 2 minute long bootleg video, in which we finally get to see the device up and running.

The video showcases RIM's latest update to its mobile platform – BlackBerry OS 6.1. Unfortunately,  fellow YouTube user artxenonart, who was kind enough to upload the footage, speaks in Thai so we cannot really tell what he is saying while demoing the smartphone. Still, feel free to check out the video of the BlackBerry Touch and do not hesitate to share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

source: YouTube via Elecrticpig

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10. Goldeneye

Posts: 419; Member since: Jan 22, 2011

This is what the storm 2 should've been, at least should be out like... now!

7. kneegrh8r unregistered

too little too late. you have lost ur strangle hold on business professionals as they have all but left for more advanced and efficient devices. sorry but this is a storm 3....nothing to brag about. and for the fan boy up top...dont like it? eat it.

8. agentoj

Posts: 105; Member since: Oct 29, 2009

So how is he a fanboy again?

9. thatdude1 unregistered

@kneegrh8r-why don't you eat it, numb nuts. Don't like BlackBerry handsets? Nobody cares. Go spam another post.

4. agentoj

Posts: 105; Member since: Oct 29, 2009

Blackberry needs to have its touchscreen devices on all carriers. There are many people on every carrier that do not want to leave their Crackberry for another phone, but still want a touchscreen. I know there are 4 people on my family plan that would like to have a touchscreen crackberry (not me though I'll stick to Android).

5. msa1988

Posts: 418; Member since: Mar 30, 2010

They don't need it on ALL their devices, but at least one (Bold Touch). I'm sure some older users are fine with the trackpad, but they do indeed need to upgrade and catch-up.

6. agentoj

Posts: 105; Member since: Oct 29, 2009

I never said they need a touchscreen on ALL of their devices. I stated they need a touchscreen blackberry on ALL CARRIERS.

3. Das70

Posts: 124; Member since: Jan 05, 2011

Wonder how long before someone comes here and say "little to late" or something stupid like that. Looks like a great phone. Im going to get a newer bb before the end of summer.

2. snowgator

Posts: 3629; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

After dead silence from RIM from Jan to April, they have been all over the place in the last week. It is a nice looking phone, and seems very responsive. The smaller size is a nice counter-sales option to anyone not in love with a 4"+ screen being put on most other devices right now. I really am willing to give the RIM offerings coming out at least a quick look before I move on to the devices I am interested in. But, as internet browsing, responsiveness, and screen presentation are very important to me, they have to really hit it out of the park to keep me.

1. msa1988

Posts: 418; Member since: Mar 30, 2010

Looks nice. Might look into this...

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