Video: Blackberry Storm 9550 review

December 14th, 2009

Here’s my review of the Blackberry Storm 9550 (the Storm 2):

Click more to see a quick summary of my thoughts.

First and foremost the Storm 2 has terrific on screen keyboards. The inclusion of WiFi is nice plus my Storm came with a nice bundle. Besides the charger, leather case and usb cable mine also came with a neoprene sleeve and a car adapter.

I wasn’t crazy about how RIM integrated the four buttons into the touchscreen though this is a minor complaint.

If you’re deciding between the Storm 2 and the Bold 9700 (you can get both on TELUS up here in Canada) it’s a really tough choice. I loved the 9700 but the Storm’s on screen keyboard is so good that I can’t decide…

While the only 2 major differences between this one and the original Storm are screen and the WiFi the screen makes the Storm 2 a major upgrade. You can now type really, really fast with the Storm.

While I really liked the Storm 2 I can’t help but think this is what RIM should have released when they came out with the original Storm. The first Storm didn’t feel like a Blackberry, this newer Storm does.

Howard Chui 12.14.2009

Entry Filed under: Research in Motion,Reviews,Telus Mobility

2 Comments Add your own

    jose  |  December 15th, 2009 at 3:17 pm

    ahummm the storm 2 does not come with a rubber case and also the headphones that it comes with are the wrong ones your showing.. also it does not come with a car charger.. i just bought a storm and didnt get none of that.. and i check the telus site and it does not come with the 2 extra acc u mention..

    :)

    jose  |  December 15th, 2009 at 3:21 pm

    also it comes with a 16gb memory card.. upgarde from teh 8gb the storm1 had..

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