The BlackBerry Storm has been officially unveiled today. It will still take a handful of weeks until it will be available but this new smartphone from RIM looks pretty sweet! This phone has a 3.26" touchscreen with tactile feedback and a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera with flash. Here's what Engadget writes about it:
Fit to its business-savvy roots, the long-rumored handset comes equipped with the most comprehensive global roaming capabilities of virtually any wireless device you'll find anywhere, featuring EV-DO Rev. A, quadband EDGE, and 2100MHz HSPA for Europe. Beyond that, the Storm becomes RIM's very first touchscreen phone, mounting a 3.26-inch 480 x 360 glass display on a unique clickable surface so that the entire thing can be pressed downwards -- just like a real button -- for tactile feedback when making selections. It includes a full HTML finger-navigable browser, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint editing capabilities, Bluetooth 2.0, 1GB of on-board storage with an 8GB microSD card bundled in the box, 3.5mm headphone jack, automatic orientation and ambient lighting sensors, and a 3.2-megapixel autofocus cam with dedicated flash..
More info such as pricing isn't available yet but it should arrive soon as the BlackBerry Storm will be launched in November.