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Storm 2 Hands on Review

Discussion in 'Blackberry Phones' started by paulmac, May 21, 2009.

  1. paulmac

    paulmac Senior Member
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    Jan 11, 2006
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    Upstate NY
    My Phone:
    Bionic - Rooted
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  2. Darai

    Darai New Member

    Feb 7, 2009
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    San Juan, PR
    My Phone:
    Blackberry Storm
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    Things I think should be improved in the Storm:

    *the camera should focus faster, the menu button should also serve as a shutter since sometimes you try to take a picture of yourself and have to guess where is the button in the screen, and there should be an option to put the shutter in silent mode.
    *there is a small waste of screen between the buttons and the screen, it's a tiny detail but it should enlarge the screen or save us that space!
    *the browser should be able to open tabs and surf in multiple pages at the same time.
    *it would be nice if it came with more languages to set up, at least Spanish!
    *it should vibrate and ring at the same time (well at least I don't know how to configure it)
    *I loved the option on my Ericsson, where you could post notes to the home screen, like a post it to remind you important things during the day.
    *when the phone is in SureType mode in portrait view, the letters are separated in 2 or 1 (letters per button), which makes it easier to use. But there's no way to put it in Multitap mode, and have the buttons with 1 or 2 letters, but 3 or 4, why not? We would "tap" much faster too...

    Well, these are only a few things I'd like to see on the new storm, that I can think of now... :)

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