BlackBerry Storm has been on everyone’s lips recently and reviews of the device keep on pouring. The latest was done by Stuart Miles of MegaWhat, who had some fun with the first touchscreen smarphone manufactured by RIM:
Stuart Miles demonstrates the clickability of the touchscreen, which, unlike the iPhone has press-to-click support. He also surfs the Internet via the Vodafone HSDPA connection, which takes a while to load the pocket-lint site, even in the center of London. Also, we get to see a bit of the media player, find out that videos are automatically played in landscape mode and that Storm supports playback of DRM free iTunes tracks.
Quite a few iPhone references in this video, but you’ll find out more by watching it for yourself.