RIM He is taken with patience. But finally, after numerous rumors about the comings and goings of Canadians with the future of the Storm family, the company seems to have decided to give continuity with a BlackBerry Storm 3 that follows the guidelines set by the BlackBerry Torch, correcting some of the errors existing in its predecessors and trying to ensure a success in sales.
That at the end of last month we gave in a roadmap leaked under the name of BlackBerry “ Monaco ” turns out to be the third of models covering the witness within its range. And as we showed at the time, the device will feature a large screen accompanied by the already characteristic optical trackpad besides four buttons with the usual functions of RIM terminals, as we will see in the video below.
In the prototype displayed clearly with the logo of the American operator Verizon in its back, which leads us to think of the traditional launched in the market in North American CDMA networks for more late to jump into GSM networks of the old continent, which would already be developing low-codename “ Monza & #8221;.
In addition also left evidence of a screen of 3.7 inches with a resolution of 480 × 800 pixels, as it would have leaked previously. Just as with your processor, passing the 624 MHz of the BlackBerry Storm 2 doubling practically its power with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 1.2 GHz.
Other substantial changes are also confirmed as it can be internal storage memory that increases up to 4 GB or the 5-megapixel camera, as well as the incorporation of the BlackBerry OS 6.1 operating system which will offer support for NFC, among other improvements.
The biggest doubts, as trait more characteristic of the first tactile models of RIM, was if the multinational would continue with the use of the touchscreen with SurePress. Well, for many joy and misfortune of others, Canadians have opted for the same model of capacitive touchscreen, giving by settled the matter of the “ screen clickable & #8221; that caused so many headaches to the Waterloo.
According to the roadmap, the BlackBerry Storm 3 would be list for putting them into circulation during the third quarter This year, though some sources say it could be officially presented and reach the shelves of stores during the second quarter of the year.
The curious thing about this whole affair is the recording of the video itself on a screen where it in turn is played. A new ploy to bypass legal obstacles for the dissemination of sensitive content?