BlackBerry Storm 9500 vs BlackBerry Storm 9520
It's a clash of the touchscreen BlackBerry titans as we see how the original Storm (9500) stacks up against the newly released Storm2 (9520).
The Storm2, on the other hand, still boasts a depressing screen, but it's much more subtle in how it responds to user commands, thanks to four electrical actuators under the hood.
Although, some may argue, the Storm2 is so responsive that you may find yourself accidentally pressing buttons and letters you didn't intend to.
The twin-like status continues when you take into account the main vital statistics of each handset. Both sport a 3.25in (360x480 pixels resolution) display that serve up the reddest reds and the blackest blacks you can imagine.
Both handsets measure in at 62.2mmx13.95mmx112.5mm (WDH). Interestingly, there's a slight weight difference between the two with the Storm2 5g heavier than its older sibling at 160g.
The real difference emerges when you look at connectivity options. While the Storm boasted HSDPA, A-GPS and Bluetooth, Wi-Fi was notable by its absence. Thankfully, this makes a late, but much needed, appearance at the party in the form of the Storm2.
The two siblings also share the same tastes when it comes to camera ratings, with 3.2 megapixels a piece with flash, auto focus and 2x digital zoom. When it comes to memory, however, the Storm2 gains a lead again with 256MB of Flash memory to the original Storm's 128MB. The former also comes bundled with a 2GB microSD card, while the Storm comes with just a 1GB version.
When it comes to battery life, there's a slight different between the two siblings. Both claim to offer six hours of standby, but they differ when it comes to talk time. Much of this can be put down to the addition of Wi-Fi in the Storm2, as that's likely to consume quite a bit of juice if you're a regular user.
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