STORMCHASER, 11 Oct 2008The GSM Arena Specs are wrong...if you look it does say they may not be accurate...and in this... moreYou might be right that Storm has a Wi-Fi. I jsut look sight http://www.mobile88.com/cellph...fication.asp
and talking that it has Wi-Fi. So, We have to wait and see.
In response to the theory that the Storm will be released on 25th October 2008 because this is the date shown on a Vodafone UK image on their website, please, don't get your hopes up. Think more November, perhaps towards the later stages of the month, and you'll be a bit closer to the mark.
STORMCHASER, 11 Oct 2008The GSM Arena Specs are wrong...if you look it does say they may not be accurate...and in this... moreSTORMCHASER, the Verizon branded Storm might have WIFI but the Storm heading for the rest of the world DOES NOT HAVE WIFI. I repeat, IT DOES NOT HAVE WIFI. I don't know where you get your information but it's incorrect. There is only one market that will get WIFI and that's the US market.
goto the below link and have a look at the screen..i think this is an indication of when it will be released!!!
The GSM Arena Specs are wrong...if you look it does say they may not be accurate...and in this case they are not!!! IT DOES HAVE WIFI!!!! and the screen res is close to HD...I've seen it its unbeleivable, the tactile screen is like nothing else...bye bye iphone hello STORM!!!
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2008what happens when youre flying out of the country and you head for the airport business lounge... moreGood point but keep in mind when you travel not even using 3G or 7.2 mbps roaming very expensive and also not all countries you travel still have 3G. So, then what you need whe nyou end up at that Airport and want to check your e-mail free of charge? Wi-Fi.
I hope Blackberry reading this and let go the marketing guy and engineer design this device. I do not believe in their add try t ocompiar this with IPHONE when does not even have Wi-Fi.
Had a quick play on a vodafone UK one at work on Wednesday. It looks great I love the screen rotating and works for left handed :o)
i tried typing with both hands and it mostly kept up but the screen felt funny as it was "rocking" a bit. there's a competition to win on atm too.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2008what happens when youre flying out of the country and you head for the airport business lounge... moreWith a blackberry you would probably have recieved the email in real time anyway. Thats kind of the point of the push email.
what happens when youre flying out of the country and you head for the airport business lounge and u want to check your email, isnt it more cheaper and faster to do wifi?
7.2 mbps will never be as fast as wifi
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970wifi is not an necessity, but it helps sell the phone
but you do need wifi for searching for pics of your momz LOL
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2008it nmight have no wifi but it has hsdpa 7.2, twice as fast as the iphones measly 3.2 and the c... moreIt may have the HSDPA 7.2 and not Wi-Fi. But you will pay for connection through HSPDA and is not free. But Wi-Fi around Home, Office, and Shopping Mall is free. Think. Go take a look at Omnia, Iphone and New Nokia 5800 and say goodbye to Blackberry. Maybe Blackberry have better luck next time.
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2008In all honesty, the only people who really demand wifi are the sort of people who spend time t... moreI've been lucky enough to try a pre-release version of the Vodafone UK handset, and the typing is pretty solid. The key you're going for is lit blue when you touch it, and to key it, you just press it down. Quite instinctive. I was sceptical at first, but very impressed with the typing on it!
In all honesty, the only people who really demand wifi are the sort of people who spend time talking about phones on a forum like this. Hardly the mass market. Blackberrys more than make up for a lack of wifi with the added connectivity you have on their kit and Im guessing the browser experience will be pretty damn good, as it is on my old Curve, a phone I would never consider trading in for anything other than another Blackberry. Im really keen to see the touchscreen typing working as the QWERTY is kind of a neccessity on this type of device and Im yet to be convinced on the full touch. That will be the real decider for the current Blackberry users, who know that a good handset is about functionality not exaggerated specs and use their phone browser for more than playing on Facebook.