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The BlacBerry Storm2 features a 3.25 inch touchscreen display with a built in accelerometer and capable of displaying up to 65k colours. The Storm 2 uses a capacitive touchscreen for a more user friendly experience.

BlackBerry 9520 touch screen features at a glance:

  • Dimensions: 112.5 x 62.2 x 14 mm
  • Weight: 160 g
  • Talk time: Up to 5.5 hours
  • Standby time: 270 hours
  • Display: 3.25 inches, 480 x 360 pixels
  • TFT touchscreen, 65K colors
  • Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
  • Camera: 3.2 MP with auotofocus and flash
  • 624MHz Processor
  • Built in GPS, A-GPS enabled, BlackBerry maps
  • DataViz document viewer/editor
  • Video player MPEG4/3gp/H.264/WMV
  • Fast web browsing, application processing and attachment viewing
  • Memory: 2GB internal,expandable via microSD
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, GPRS and EDGE
  • Quad Band: GSM 850/900/1800/1900/2100 Mhz

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Buy Blackberry Storm2 (BB 9520) Touch Screen

More about the Blackberry 9520 Storm 2 touchscreen Mobile Phone

The original Storm was BlackBerry's first attempt at a touchscreen phone and while it wasn't a complete disaster it didn't quite conjure up a whirlwind of adulation either. The main issues were down to the build quality (the side-mounted plastic buttons falling off), the bizarre decision by BlackBerry to not equip the handset with Wi-Fi and the lack of responsiveness from the SurePress screen.

Looks-wise the Storm2 is almost identical to the original, but there are some subtle differences here and there. For example, while the four buttons for answer, menu, back and end are still mounted on the front of the phone, they're now integrated into the clickable part of the SurePress screen, rather than being separate to it. Also the chrome band that used to run around the outer edge of the phone has now being given a much darker finish so it blends in nicely with the glossy plastic finish that covers much of the rest of the handset (although thankfully the battery cover is still made of metal). Similarly BlackBerry has dumped the plasticky, side-mounted buttons and instead replaced them with rubberised ones that are better anchored into the chassis, which should make them much more durable in the long run.

The Storm2 is a decent update of the original handset. However, touchscreen smartphones have moved on considerably since the Storm first appeared and the Storm2 feels more like a device that fixes faults rather than an upgrade that elevates the Storm into a position where it can really challenge competitors like the iPhone.

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