9500 and 9530 are the same model. Jusy different model numbers for different networks
wesley, 02 Oct 2008does it have brickbreaker?not sure but i is only avin it if it has innit
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2008He means the resolution, the SE X1 and HTC touch pro have 800*480 WVGA screensnah the touch hd has that resolution. not touch pro.
In_The_Know, 30 Sep 2008Dont go for two phones. The Storm will do everything you want from the N96 and a Blackberry, a... moreSanDisk is making 16GB MicroSD cards now so where good as far as the memory goes.
mmm well... the name in other sites is Blackberry Storm 9530... and I don't know if these are the same mobiles..
But.. it's a great device!!!!! =D
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2008The difference is that the HTC Touch Diamond is a Windows Mobile device, this is a Blackberry.... moreOkay, I'll wait a month and give the Storm a go.
I realise the HTC TD and BB use different OS - my point was that other touchscreen devices just don't compare to "real keyboards" in my humble opinion.
If the HTC TD is the latest in touchscreen technology, I won't bother.
Saying that, the haptic touch keyboard of the Storm does sound mighty impressive.
Some websites suggest 25 October as the release date on Vodafone in the UK, but my local Vodafone store said today that it was being released on 01 Nov.
Goody, if I order it then it should arrive on my birthday!
digiboi, 29 Sep 2008the htc diamond is 65k screen as well so whats the difference if this handset is 65k?He means the resolution, the SE X1 and HTC touch pro have 800*480 WVGA screens
The difference is that the HTC Touch Diamond is a Windows Mobile device, this is a Blackberry. They're two completely different things
ron, 30 Sep 2008great design. superb wifi. bad display. will stick to my P1.Ew, P1's are horrid. The only thing I liked about it was how it looks, other than that, boo.
vodafone have anounced that it could be the 30th sept before its out in the uk.
Dont go for two phones. The Storm will do everything you want from the N96 and a Blackberry, all in one. OK, so the Storm won't have 16gb internal memory but it has expandable removable memory.
The Storm touch screen interface is unbelievable. Its a dual layer screen with a gel film in between which gives positive feedback clicks each time you hit a ket. And I don't mean the rubbish vibrate the whole phone thing you get on a Samsung, I mean a proper click, only in the area of the screen you touched. Seriously, wait a month, try the Storm and then, if you don't like it go for the two phone option. You've got nothing to lose.
Is touchscreen truly a step forward for BlackBerry? What sets BB apart from the other smartphone/PDA-style devices is the full QWERTY keyboard (excepting the 8100 series) and a push email second to none.
I despised the HTC Touch Diamond (which I owned for 3 days) and doubt I will move away from BB entirely. For ease of email, BB have yet to be surpassed. I just cannot see how RIM are going to make a touchscreen handset as exacting as their recent releases.
A year or so ago I did away with a BB and a standard phone (BB 7100v and Nokia 6230i)and kept with the BB, using it for everything. Tomorrow, I shall order the N96 for Internet browsing and phone calls etc, and take out a second contract on my existing BB (8800). It's been a tough decision - BB Bold, or N96 and existing BB handset - and I may live to regret carrying two handsets with me - but I think this is the right way to go.
I can't see me being converted to Touchscreen when I email more than I speak on a 'phone.
Hasd anyone any info on whether or not you would get a reliable, dependable user experienced when using the BB storm with OS10 (apple mac)????
The Storm will not have WiFi. The Verizon version for the USA market may very well do but for the rest of the world there is no WiFi. There is no front camera for video calling. Two big omissions but it will still be an awesome phone because it has everthing else. And the touch screen interface is amazing. I don't like touch screens but this one is awesome.