Tested: The Multimedia Smartphone BlackBerry Storm From Vodafone
January 5, 2021
In addition to the many advantages of the multimedia Smartphone had smaller error new competition for the iPhone by Apple offers RIM since mid-November 2008 with the BlackBerry storm. The online magazine teltarif.de has checked the BlackBerry storm in the test through its paces. The BlackBerry storm has features such as touch screen and a range of multimedia applications and aims to design and multimedia-oriented retail. Although he offers many features and a very faster HSDPA support, the BlackBerry storm but get 3 G in terms of comfort and ease of use not on Apple’s iPhone. However, an advantage of the BlackBerry storm is the flexible tariff offer from Vodafone. Despite the good features of the BlackBerry storm the Apple cell phone WINS easier operation and the MultiTouch function compared with the iPhone 3 G by a “felt”.
In principle, the BlackBerry storm offers a faster HSDPA support, in the test, the Smartphone but ensures longer latencies, such as the slow page refresh in the built-in browser, long load times or disconnections in the Transition from UMTS to GSM networks. Furthermore, there are the E-Mail push service known from BlackBerry and GPS navigation available. Only the mobile phone and Bluetooth can be used for data transmission, a Wi-Fi interface is missing as opposed to the iPhone. In addition to preinstalled multimedia applications, such as the media player, which supports popular audio and video formats, additional applications can be installed on demand. The BlackBerry storm can with 1 GB internal memory and up to 16 GB microSD cards in relation to the space of the candle to iPhone 3 G. While the BlackBerry storm with Vodafone contract from 1 euro without SIM-lock is sold and is available even for 479,50 euros without a contract, so that interested parties can use the device more flexible. However iPhone fans, bind up that her cell phone at T-Mobile buy, at appropriate fares, need to book an additional service such as BlackBerry but not necessarily.