Users respond to clear vision of software and hardware - and here's the proof
We've received word that the BlackBerry Storm will be available for pre-order at Phones4U from 4 November, meaning you can be among the first in the country to get your hands on the device.
RIM's upcoming release of the BlackBerry Storm is garnering more interest than the recently released T-Mobile Android G1, according to users' searches.
RIM's CEO Mike Lazaridis has said the first idea for the BlackBerry Storm, RIM's first touchscreen handset, was rejected by Vodafone for being "too basic".
Vodafone appears to have made a bit of a BlackBerry boo-boo by running pictures of the new Storm handset with an iPhone OS running on the screen.
RIM is not content with merely releasing its first ever touchscreen handset today; it's decided it wants the development community to help it take on Apple and Google's App stores too by making its SDK public.
The BlackBerry Storm, nee Thunder, debuted today after much rumour and speculation on the internet, and based on the specs it doesn't disappoint.