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RIM BlackBerry 9520 Storm2

RIM BlackBerry 9520 Storm2

BlackBerry touch screen
With the BlackBerry 9520 Storm2 the Canadian manufacturer continues where it began last year. The very first version of the Storm has its sequel in the Storm2 and is the second phone in the BlackBerry series with a touch screen. The screen does not use the ‘click’ mechanism like its predecessor. The screen is now fixed in the housing and can easily be operated with your fingers. Wi-Fi available
The most important omission in the first version of the Storm has been applied in the new model. Wi-Fi in addition to HSDPA is now available. You can now setup wireless connections with networks in your home, office or while traveling.
RIM BlackBerry 9520 Storm2BlackBerry Services
Who is used to a BlackBerry, will find some new parts in the Storm2. It is mainly the controls that are new. The unit has options like BlackBerry Maps, Instant access to Google Talk, Yahoo Messenger and Windows Live Messenger and always-on email.
BlackBerry 9520 Storm2 package Charger
Battery
Stereo headset
USB-data cable
Protective cover
1GB memory card
User manual
Quick start guide
RIM BlackBerry 9520 Storm2 characteristics
Refreshed 3.25 inch touch screen
Always keep your act together by the always-on setup
3.2 megapixel camera with DVD quality video recording
Wi-Fi is now standard available over its predecessor
Standard access to various instant messaging clients
RIM BlackBerry 9520 Storm2 specifications
Dimensions: 11.3 x 6.2 x 1.4 cm
Weight: 160 grams
Standby time: 305 hours
Talk time: 300 minutes
Color(s): Black
Connectivity: Quad-band GSM-networks, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 (A2DP), USB-connection
Camera: 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, flash and video recording
Screen: 3.25 inch 65.536 colors, resolution 480 x 360 pixels
Extra: MP3 Player, Video Player, Built-in GPS receiver including BlackBerry Maps, Support for PDF and Office-files, Standard Google Talk, Yahoo! Messenger and Windows Live messenger

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