Thursday, June 30, 2011

BlackBerry Storm 3 Coming End of Year, Storm 4 in 2011

It looks like Research in Motion is still working on their BlackBerry Storm franchise; after the Storm was released two years ago, America's leading smartphone maker will follow up with the Storm 3 Storm the end of this year and four in 2011. Series of Storm, a touch screen in a tablet form factor they will be competing with not yet released BlackBerry Bold 9800 Slider, which uses a touchscreen that slides in portrait prints to reveal the keyboard.

Storm 3 will be multimedia and gaming device with RIM is reportedly working with EA to bring some game titles for mobile touch-screen tablet.

RIM also said to be perfecting his SurePress touchscreen technology for the device. SurePress polarization has become the technology for users because it is a touch different methods of interaction, which requires pressing the actual screen - like the touchpad click - to make a choice.

Storm 4 will focus on augmented reality, which will use a 5 megapixel camera, accelerometer, digital compass, and GPS.

Hopefully, we'll see some action WebKit with six new operating system BlackBerry to enhance the browsing experience on both the slate-style smartphone when they will be released.

No word yet on the operator for the Storm 3 or 4, but historically in the U.S. Verizon has the exclusive carrier for Storm 1 and 2. Storm 1 and 2 are both mobile world, which means that they employ the Verizon Wireless CDMA / EV-DO architecture while in use within the country and can use GSM / HSPA for traveling abroad.

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