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BlackBerry Storm - Lewis Hamilton Launch

The all new BlackBerry 
Storm, has been launched. It has entered the market at a time whenApple's IPhone and Google's G1 Smartphone are making the top sales. Maybe it can be potrayed this way, Take care Rivals, The BlackBerry Storm is here.

The BlackBerry Storm was officially launched in the U.K. The launch was done by the World Champion F1, Lewis Hamilton at the Claridges in London. The makers of BlackBerry Storm are hoping to steal the market of the Apple's Iphone.

The BlacBerry Storm features a touchscreen phone with Internet Access, a camera and all the feature's a phone can possess. It does have some extra features from the IPhone and G1, which will make it a better phone to sell. 

The biggest secret which the BlackBerry Storm has is the Popple Dome. What is the Popple Dome? Well, its the feature when the user touches an incon on the 3.25 Inch touch screen, the Storm will highlight it. The function will only be activated, when the user presses the whole screen down like a giant button. This is the main problem with most of the touchscreen phones, which the BlackBerry has removed. The experience you will be getting when typing on the BlackBerry Storm is really different as when you type you can feel what you are typing, as the screen pushes down each time you type.

The BlackBerry Storm will be having a 3.2 Megapixel Camera, compared to the 2.0 Megapixel Camera on Apple's IPhone. The phone also carries the features of connecting to the internet using the Wi-Fi Hotspots, which really speeds up the process.

The BlackBerry Storm has been created by the RIM, Research In Motion and Vodafone. 

The Deal: Vodafone is offering its customers the new BlackBerry Storm for FREE. But to get that, you have to sign-up with them for a atleast a 24 month contract on 35 Pounds a month, which sums upto a total cost of 840 Pounds.

A Comparison - BlackBerry Storm Vs. Apple's IPhone:

Storm : A Free Handset with a 24-Month contract costing 840 Pounds
IPhone: Handset 159 Pounds along with a 18-Month contract which total to 699 Pounds

Storm: Storm is available on Vodafone Network
IPhone: Iphone is available on the O2 Network

Storm: Total Size is 4.4 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches
IPhone: 5.5 x 2.4 x 0.48 inches

Storm: Weight is 155 grams
IPhone: Weight is 133 grams

Storm: Internet Access via 3G Mobile System, No Wi-Fi
IPhone: Internet Access via 3G Mobile System as well as Wi-Fi Service

Storm: Advantage of the 'Sure Press' system along with a 3.25 inch touch screen
IPhone: The Only Advantage, 3.5 inch touch screen

Storm: 3.2 Megapixel Camera with video recording
IPhone: 2.0 Megapixel Camera, No Video Recording

Storm: 1 GB Built In Memory, media player, top up to 16 GB
IPhone: 8 GB Built In Memory, Mobile Web Browser, Widescreen Video Player, IPod, 16 GB cost More

Storm: Applications features, Google Mail and Maps, Flickr Photo-sharing, Facebook
IPhone: Applications features, iTunes, GPS


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