The world is changing. Our businesses these days are no longer strictly in an office. We travel all over the globe doing business with people from almost any country. In this busy world, it is necessary to have a device that allows you to access anything you would need to work on the go.
The Blackberry Storm is one such device. It is the newest installment in the world of smartphones. It has cutting edge multimedia capabilities that give you access to anything you need. The storm has a high resolution 480x360 pixle color display, transmissive TFT LCD screen which is also light senseing and supports over 65,000 colors. A 3.2 megapixle camera with auto flash, auto focus, and 2x digital zoom is also inluded. The camera also has video capabilities. Since it is a smartphone, it needs easy to use data input and navigation. The Storm has a SurePress touch screen, an on-screen portrait Suretype and multi-tap QWERTY Keyboard, and dedicated Send, End, Menu, and eturn keys. The Storm is also Bluetooth capable with Bluetooth v2.0 enabled. This Blackberry, like most, is a media player. It supports video formats in MPEG4 H.263, MPEG4 Part 2 Simple Profile, H.264, and WMV. It has a 6hr talk time battery life and a 15 day stand by battery life which allows for long use. You will never get lost again because the Storm has stand-alone and assisted GPS as well as Blackberry Maps. The storm supports and expandable memory that supports a microSD card, 1 GB onboard memory and a 128 mb flash memory. The wireless capabilities are also very good. The Storm's wireless network sports UMTS/HSPA: 2100 MHz, 850 MHz and 1900 MHz GSM/GPRS networks in North America, a 900 MHz and 1800 MHz GSM/GPRS networks in Europe/Asia Pacific. You also won't have to worry about your device's security. The Storm has password protection, screen lock, sleep mode, support for AES or triple DES encryption when integrated with Blackberry Enterprise Server, FIPS 140-2 Compliant and optional support for S/MIME.
Needless to say the new Blackberry storm has everything you want and more in a smartphone. It is top of the line and will surley satisfy any of your needs while working on the go. The Blackberry Storm will run you around $199.99 for just the device plus extra for the plan. But in my opinion, well woth it if you work on the go and are in need of a capable smartphone.