Blackberry Storm 3 – A Look At Its Specifications And Features

November 17, 2010 by In The News  
Filed under Internet Marketing Orlando

As a series of full screen cell phones with virtual keyboards suck up the smartphone market share, Blackberry has no intention of backing up. Instead, they have the Blackberry Storm 3 as an answer to the likes of the iPhone and full screen HTC models. The Blackberry Storm 3 has a full screen display and a virtual keyboard that replaces its long-standing physical keyboard.

The enhanced multimedia capabilities in the Storm 3 suggest that Blackberry might be edging slightly towards the multimedia market. However, the aesthetic look of the Storm 3 is pretty much similar to the Blackberry Storm 2. The curves at the edges of the smartphone work to bring out a trendy side of Blackberry that we have previously seen in the BB9700.

Some interesting aspects of the Storm 3 include the new Blackberry 6 operating system and the 1Ghz processor. The processor is the best that has ever appeared on Blackberry cell phones and we can’t help but wonder, is the new operating system performance taxing? Indeed, the new 6 OS comes with changes that will successfully satisfy the demands of Blackberry fans. One good example would be social network integration. The new web browser also serves to appease the Blackberry fans who have been demanding for a browser that renders websites accurately.

The new interface on the Blackberry 6 OS comes with sleek visuals and a new set of lively icons. It is interesting that Blackberry cell phones (Storm 3 in particular) have the intention to discontinue their traditional look and replace it with a fresh and intuitive design that appeals to a younger audience.

A pleasant surprise comes with the 3.7 inch capacitive AMOLED touchscreen that displays images and videos with absolute vibrancy. It is definitely a rare sight in Blackberry cell phones as they usually do not feature such high resolution displays. Another attractive addition to the strong multimedia cell phone is the 8 MP camera that features dual LED flash for low light image capturing.

A majority of Storm 2 lovers are expected to rejoice, as one of the innovative features that Blackberry retains from the Storm 2 is the Surepress technology. Users are able to utilize the clickable touchscreen that effectively reduces the downsides of full touchscreen cell phones (accidental clicking).

RIM has undertaken applaudable steps to ensure that Blackberry users get their well-deserved entertainment. The modern interface also shows that Blackberry cell phones are not irrelevant and will be around for years to come.

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