Hands-On: BlackBerry Storm
Does any one else see the ROGERS MALL on the first picture !!!
whats with that. . .
A full GSM edition to come?
I check a couple other pic's of the phone that were posted. Its is really on the unit shown at three angles.
For a little background knowledge:
Rogers is a Full GSM company in Canada, much like AT&T for you guys.
I still cant wrap my head around this. looking at the pic's, I see the EVDO network in the top right corner of the unit and a GSM 850/1900 wap browser (ROGERS)
UGH. . . so confused
Don't know if this helps, but I work for Bell and it was officially announced yesterday that it was coming to Bell.
http://www.bell.ca/shopping/PrsShpPromo_Wls_New_Blac ... »
I'm anxious to hear the actual reviews of real users. I really want it, but I'm not going to spend my hard earned $$ on a glitchy phone (like the iPhone).
Like the iPhone, the Storm lets you re-arrange the touch buttons on the main menu, and create new buttons that are shortcuts to whatever you like, including specific web pages.
The Storm has nothing to do with Rogers.
I really wouldn't read too much into it. It is just a user-created shortcut to a web page. There are myriad scenarios I can think of off the top of my head where a PR person or executive created that shortcut just as part of a demo (this is a demo unit after all.) I'd say it's unlikely it means anything concrete about the Storm and Rogers.
CDMA/GSM mix, much like the 8830
I just thought that Bell would be getting it before Rogers (and most likely will) because of the launch ot the BOLD
http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2008/10/hands-on-with- ... »
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