Storm2 'fixes problems with the original'
3 December 2009 — 2:00 PM
If you are recycling mobile phones like the BlackBerry Storm, one expert's comments may be of particular interest.
Niall Magennis recently tested out the follow up to the Research In Motion (RIM) handset - which carries the model number 9520 - and noted the manufacturer has fixed many of the issues faced by its predecessor.
More commonly known as the BlackBerry Storm2, the writer explained in his piece for Trusted Reviews the clickable screen is just one feature that has been given particular attention.
"The handset runs the new [5.0 operating system], which includes a number of useful additions. One of the best of these is the updated cut and paste functionality," he added.
Mr Magennis said the typical BlackBerry messaging functions are also on board the Storm2 and as always, these are "exemplary". The 3.2-megapixel camera was also noted to be better than expected.
Vodafone announced on October 15th it would be offering its customers the new touchscreen RIM handset.
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