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  • With a full two month usage of the handset that included surfing the net, messaging, a little music and calls, i was quite happy

    • by dhiransh
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      It supports accelerometer for screen rotation. it is 3G ready,but video calling is a bit of a problem because there is no secondary camera. The 3.2 megapixel AF camera comes with a single LED for a flash and is located at the back. the Storm has a microSD card slot .

      Features we can still swipe our finger over the screen for navigation and this is one of the better features of this handset.

      ‘Documents to Go’ is the software used to support Word, Excel and Power Point. there is no pdf reader


      but we can read the pdf files when sent as n attachment. The BlackBerry Browser’s also render the pages faster as compared to some of the others.but the phone has no Wi-Fi capability.

      Aside from USB 2.0 connectivity, the Storm is also fully Bluetooth 2.0 ready with an A2DP profile for use with Stereo Bluetooth headsets and of course all regular functions like file transfer etc. it has built in antenna and a-gps support.

      A handy Facebook application is available but it does not have basic functions like checking out what other people ...


      • have sent you or notifications you received. What it allows you to do is update your profile in all ways possible send messages, invite friends, poke people, write on walls, and even upload images taken with the handset’s camera.

        Performance

        The Storm’s audio player is simply brilliant. The Storm’s 3.2 megapixel camera is quite good. There are limited settings though. Aside from image stabilizing, there’s white balance, geo-tagging and color type. Images taken in normal daylight settings look pretty good with a fair amount of detail retained. With a full two month usage of the handset

        that included surfing the net, messaging, a little music and calls, i was quite happy. Talk time on an average clocked in at about 4 hours and 10 minutes (give or take a few minutes), which is not too bad.

        Overall it’s great with multimedia and email except the lack of Wi-Fi, Maps and the few odd glitches, It’s otherwise on the whole quite a well equipped, well rounded device for social networking, media and business. To be brutally honest, i didn’t find anything special about this device, to make it seem more productive for existing BlackBerry users.




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