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there are 3 phones that i like, nokia n97, nokia e72(when it comes out) and the HTC touch pro2, but im stuck on which one to get. which one should i get? or wat are some other smartphones that people like? i need one with a lot of memory, either built in or memory card and a 3.5mm headphone jackContent...

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Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 32GB (AT&T)

Posted by admin | Posted in iPhone | Posted on 29-05-2011

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  • Does not include AT&T service contract
  • Facetime
  • Retina Display
  • Multitasking
  • HD Video Recording
  • 5MP Camera

Product Description
3.5″ TFT capacitive display, Scratch-resistant surface, Multi-touch input method, Accelerometer, Proximity, Three-axis sensor, 32 GB, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Two Cameras, GPS, Multitasking capable, A4 CPU
Product Features

* Does not include AT&T service contract
* Facetime
* Retina Display
* Multitasking
* HD Video Recording
* 5MP Camera

Apple iPhone 3G 8GB – Black – Unlocked

Posted by admin | Posted in iPhone | Posted on 26-05-2011

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  • 8GB of internal storage
  • 3.5in widescreen Multi-Touch Display
  • 2MP Camera
  • 802.11b/g WiFi
  • Includes charger and original box.

ORIGINAL UNLOCKED RELEASE 3G IPHONE. NO CARRIER LOGO OR BRANDING

With fast 3G wireless technology, GPS mapping, support for enterprise features like Microsoft Exchange, and the new App Store, Apple iPhone Black 8GB mobile phone 3G puts even more features at your fingertips. Like the original iPhone, a combination of three products in one revolutionary phone, a widescreen iPod, and a breakthrough Internet device with rich HTML email and a desktop-class web browser. The Apple iPhone 8GB mob

Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 16GB (AT&T)

Posted by admin | Posted in iPhone | Posted on 26-05-2011

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  • Does not include AT&T service contract
  • Facetime
  • Retina Display
  • Multitasking
  • HD Video Recording
  • 5MP Camera

When creating iPhone 4, Apple designers and engineers didn’t start with a clean sheet of paper. They started with three years of experience designing and building the phones that redefined what a phone can do. iPhone 4 is the result of everything they’ve learned so far. And it’s all contained in a beautiful enclosure a mere 9.3 millimeters thin, making iPhone 4 the world’s thinnest smartphone. Locked to AT&T.

The iPhone Is Now a Phone. Who’da Thunk?

Posted by admin | Posted in Gadget Reviews | Posted on 10-05-2011

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After years as an iPhone customer on AT&T, I forgot what it was like to have a reliable, working phone.

But over the weekend, when I called buddies with both an AT&T iPhone 4 and subsequently a Verizon iPhone 4, we could immediately tell the difference.

“Holy crap, you sound so much better,” a friend said after I switched to the Verizon handset while walking through downtown San Francisco. “That’s amazing. I can actually hear you.”

Now I really know what “network congestion” means. Switching from an AT&T iPhone to a Verizon iPhone is like finally being able to breathe clearly after years of battling allergies. People can hear you better, and you can hear them better. It’s that simple. That’s the key reason so many people have clung to Verizon while resisting the shiny allure of the iPhone.

As we all suspected would be the case, the iPhone is a better phone on Verizon than it is on AT&T. It is not, however, a superior media-consumption device.

That’s simply because Verizon’s 3G-transfer rates are slower than AT&T’s. For the few days I’ve had the Verizon iPhone, I’ve been riding my motorcycle all around San Francisco to test its performance against the AT&T iPhone. The AT&T handset on average scored significantly better in speed tests: 62 percent faster for downloads and 38 percent faster for uploads. (If you’re curious about test procedures, check out our explainer and our interactive map on Gadget Lab.)

In real-world use cases, the Verizon iPhone’s slower transfer rates are noticeable. Netflix streaming is smooth on both devices, but on the Verizon iPhone, compression artifacts are more apparent: The video stream is adapting to the slower transfer rate (compare the screenshots in the gallery at the top, or see them here: AT&T, Verizon). Loading websites in Safari was faster on the AT&T iPhone, and so was installing apps.

However, the AT&T iPhone completely failed multiple tests when it could not connect to the network, whereas the Verizon iPhone was able to successfully get a connection in every location and complete every test. That’s important.

Notably, there were two persistent AT&T dead zones in San Francisco where the AT&T iPhone repeatedly failed to place a call or transfer any data — Gestalt bar in the Mission District and Velo Rouge cafe in the Inner Richmond district — while the Verizon iPhone was able to make calls and perform our bandwidth tests at each location with zero problems.

This all corroborates results of earlier independent studies comparing 3G networks: AT&T has a faster network, but Verizon has more coverage and therefore a more-reliable network.

The question remains whether the iPhone will inundate Verizon’s CDMA network as it did AT&T’s GSM network. That could ultimately degrade the service quality and make it a crappy phone all over again. But there are already a ton of Android customers on Verizon’s CDMA network, and the upcoming Android phones will be compatible with the next-generation 4G network, so I’m guessing the Verizon iPhone will remain a superior phone in terms of reliability and call quality.

And so far, the Verizon iPhone is pretty damn reliable. It has a hot-spot feature to turn the handset into a Wi-Fi connection to share with multiple devices. I used the hot spot to do work on my laptop for six hours without getting disconnected. (It was plugged in — no iPhone’s battery would have lasted that long on its own.)

However, earlier in the morning when I received a phone call on the Verizon iPhone, I was booted off the hot-spot network. This is a limitation of Verizon’s CDMA network: It does not support simultaneous voice and data transmissions, which may be a big minus for some customers, especially business-oriented “power users.”

Otherwise, the Verizon iPhone is the same smartphone we’ve all grown familiar with since the iPhone 4’s debut in summer of 2010. It’s got the same glass body, a 5-megapixel camera and a front-facing camera for FaceTime, which all work the same as its AT&T counterpart.

However, I did notice one odd difference when holding the Verizon iPhone next to multiple AT&T iPhones. The AT&T iPhone’s screen is a little bluer, and the Verizon iPhone’s is a little whiter. Both look great, but personally I prefer the whiter Verizon iPhone display. This is only a minor difference, though.

If you have the liberty to choose between AT&T and Verizon to buy an iPhone, your best choice depends on what you value. If you enjoy making phone calls, the Verizon iPhone is the obvious winner. Or if you’re an AT&T iPhone customer and your reception is just pathetic wherever you live, then by all means, pay the price and jump ship to Verizon.

With all that said, if you use your iPhone more often as a general computing device rather than a phone, then the AT&T iPhone’s faster transfer rates should serve your needs.

WIRED It’s a better phone, period. More likely to pull a signal, even indoors — this could change the way we converse at bars. Hot-spotting is well-integrated and very easy to use. Has a whiter, slightly better-looking display.

TIRED Slow data transfers compared to the AT&T iPhone. Sluggish app installs take away from the App Store’s instant gratification. Video streams are compressed more heavily, so Netflix and YouTube are uglier. No simultaneous voice and data transmissions thanks to the limitations of CDMA.

Photos by Jonathan Snyder/Wired.com

Native Union MM01HMoshi Moshi Retro Handset for iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Mobile Phones

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 10-03-2011

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  • Compatible with all 3.5mm jack mobile phones and computers, including iPhone, BlackBerry, iPad and latest MacBooks
  • Noise-reducing technology for a crisp and polished sound
  • Luxurious soft-touch finish for ultimate comfort and feel
  • Eliminates up to 99 percentage of the radiation absorbed compared to a direct use of mobile phones
  • One touch button for convenient pick-up/hang-up directly from the handset (not all mobile phone support function)

Product Description
Developed by renowned French designer David Turpin, the MoshiMoshi 01H Retro Handset combines high style with high functionality. The cutting edge device unites the comfort and safety of a handset telephone with the convenience of the mobile phone, making the use of mobile phones at home and work, in non-mobile environments, more practical. The chic design combines classic style with modern elegance, resulting in a fashionable and comfortable handset finished with a… More >>

NoiseHush N450 Professional Bluetooth Headset – iPhone / Blackberry / HTC / Samsung / LG / Motorola / Nokia – Black

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 31-10-2010

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Product Description
NoiseHush N450 Bluetooth Headset is packed with features and is stylish, but accessible to everyone who wants to free up their busy lifestyle. Its slim ear-loop and contoured ear-tip has been ergonomically designed to accommodate both a comfortable fit and optimal sound quality. The unit is easy to use and weighs only 6 grams making this the perfect communication solution… More >>

Can the Iphone Compete With the Blackberry 9000

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 07-03-2010

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The new BlackBerry 9000 (bold) with half-VGA, 65,000 colors and 480×320 resolution received its name from participants constantly calling it brilliant and bold during initial testing.

So does it really live up to its name? Everything is crisp and lifelike, with the color just popping out at you from the display. The screen newly designed is simply amazing. It appears to actually BE the panel, rather than underneath it somewhere. Picture clarity and viewing angle are excellent.

The menu is also aesthetically pleasing – and the updated look has been designed for the BlackBerry Bold with new icons. Take a look at the images here and you’ll see what i mean when I say that the BlackBerry Bold also is more sleek and elegant on the outside. The black casing is offset in a striking way by the curvy edges and chrome trim.

In terms of design and function there are many features. It is just a bit larger and heavier, yet slightly slimmer than its cousin, the BlackBerry Curve at 4.5″x2.6″x.55 and a tad under 5oz. Compared to the 8800 the keyboard is more comfortable and easier to use due to more spacing between rows.

The BlackBerry Bold supports all of the latest wireless communications technologies such as HSDPA support. This is the first BlackBerry made to use this standard and it has been something anticipated for some time – but RIM wanted to ensure that battery life could still live up to their standards while at the same time offering users this new 3.5G technology. Wi-FI (802.11a/b/g) is included as is Bluetooth 2.0 support. Also built in is GPS!

The BlackBerry Bold comes with a processor which doubles the computing power of previous models. A 624 MHz Intel PXA270 processor ensure fast, smooth performance for users. Theres no shortage of memory with a microSD/SDHC side loading expansion slot supporting up to 16GB and 128MG of flash memory and a full gig of onboard storage.

The updated web browser included with the Bold is leaps and bounds ahead of its predecessors and allows web pages to be viewed in either mobile versions of full HTML, and the trackball can now emulate a mouse, including zoom functions. This is going to be a BIG plus for most people!

As for multimedia, the smartphone has you covered. A 2 megapixel camera has built in flash, 5x zoom and video recording capabilities. There is media player software included which can play MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX4 and WMV3 files. The phone also has a headphone/external speaker jack. You can expect rich, full stereo sound from the build in speakers. This is quite a contrast to previous models.

The 9000 is expected to come out first for AT&T users, with the first featuring AT&T friendly HSDPA capabilities. Other versions will be out before you know it, says Lazaridis.

The BlackBerry Bold will be available by summer of 2008, with the price still unannounced at this time.

Iphone Vs. Blackberry: Consumers Speak Out

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 04-03-2010

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In ChangeWave’s recent Smart Phone report, the results showed a rapidly evolving two-horse race between Research In Motion’s (RIMM) BlackBerry and the Apple (AAPL) iPhone – with second tier companies like Palm (PALM) and a host of others being shoved to the sidelines.

To follow-up, this report takes a closer look at the features users love and hate most about their BlackBerrys and iPhones as part of a March 2008 survey of 864 smart phone owners.

The previous report showed excellent consumer satisfaction levels for the two top rated smart phone frontrunners – with Apple sporting a 79% Very Satisfied rating for its iPhone models and RIM grabbing a highly respectable 54% rating for the BlackBerry. But what is it about these two brands that have consumers so very satisfied?

RIM BlackBerry

We first asked RIM BlackBerry owners. By an overwhelming margin, the feature they liked most is the BlackBerry’s extraordinary access to email (56%).

No other feature comes even close in terms of popularity. As respondent MBR29407 explains, “The email integration of the BlackBerry 8800 is probably its single best feature, but I am constantly amazed at the quality of the phone itself.” NEW06507 adds “I like the seamless way my BlackBerry works with corporate email, and the way you can call a number from within an email by highlighting it.”

BlackBerry owners also reported a few key dislikes, number one being the speed and quality of its Internet browsing experience (13%). A second major dislike was the size of the keypad (11%), with owners complaining that the keys are too small and cause too many typing errors. “The overlaid keyboard (two letters per key) and TrueType feature make my BlackBerry slow to type messages without errors,” reported respondent PET91787.

The Apple iPhone

By far the most lauded feature of the iPhone among owners is its seamless integration of a Phone, iPod and Internet browser (36%). As respondent DSL06271 puts it, “The feature I use most is the iPod, but it’s the integrated whole that makes it so much fun to use.”

Respondent BOB04545 adds, “I love the iPhone. It is revolutionary. I love being able to jump on the Internet, send email, get maps, weather forecasts, instant message, and make phone calls.”

The second most popular feature is the iPhone’s touch screen interface, followed by its ease of use.

In terms of dislikes, there is no doubt about what iPhone owners hate most. It’s the speed of the AT&T EDGE network. No surprise then that the number two criticism is the requirement to Use AT&T.

Users also expressed particular unhappiness with the iPhone’s lack of copy & paste functionality.

Mirror Mirror On the Wall

So now that we’ve briefly reviewed the evidence, which smart phone is the fairest of them all?

The answer is clear – both Apple and RIM dominate the U.S. smart phone industry and are in the process of overwhelming the competition. Each has a super-loyal cadre of users that fervently support their phone brand – and each has extraordinary room to grow.

Today there are over a billion cell phones in the world, and our surveys have picked up a seismic shift occurring among U.S. consumers towards the high end smart phone market. In simplest terms, that’s where the momentum lies.

And as consumers gravitate towards quality multidimensional cell phones – i.e., smart phones – our research shows both Apple and Research In Motion are the big winners. In other words, just as the Apple iPhone has captured the hearts and minds of its user base, so has the RIM BlackBerry.

RIM BlackBerry: While the Apple iPhone boasts some of the highest satisfaction rates we’ve ever seen in a survey, the bottom line for RIM owners continues to be, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Respondent PAN18809 demonstrates RIM’s extraordinary hold over business users when he writes, “My BlackBerry enables one simple truth – work is something I do, not someplace I go.”

RIM’s enormous strength in our business user surveys (73% market penetration) strongly suggests they’ll maintain momentum in their core market going forward.

Apple iPhone: For all its momentum, there are still some core issues iPhone owners want to have resolved – and first among them is 3G capability. According to the survey, that’s the number one feature iPhone owners want integrated into the next generation of the iPhone (19%) – even more so than third-party software (18%), GPS functionality (15%) or E-mail integration (10%).

The same holds true among respondents who say they are interested in but haven’t yet purchased an iPhone. One-in-four say they are holding out to wait for the next generation iPhone (14%) or for 3G network compatibility (11%).

But the bottom line in this horse race is Apple and Research In Motion are both giant winners, while the rest of the smart phone manufacturers lose.

Iphone Alternatives – Blackberry Storm 9530 Smartphone

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 25-02-2010

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Great news for all BlackBerry fans! To put it simply, The BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone is Blackberry’s answer to Apple’s iPhone. It is designed to meet the needs of both casual and business customers, incorporating many basic and advanced applications. It has a cool 3.25-inch ‘clickable’ touchscreen that responds to touch very much like a real keypad. The touchscreen actually physically depresses slightly on touch, giving a distinct feeling that you have pushed a button. This highly improves the typing experience on the BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone. This feature alone is a good enough reason to buy this Blackberry instead of the iPhone!

The BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone has a lot of similarities with other Blackberry models in terms of interface and functions. Blackberry phone user can quickly familiarize with the interface of the new model, as many of the applications uses the format similar with older Blackberry models. The iPhone interfaces and functions, as many know, are very different from other phone models, and even a little ‘eccentric’. The BlackBerry function and features are much more accessible and user-friendly compare to its peers in the market.

When viewing text messages, videos or images, the BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone can switch between portrait and landscape modes by rotating the phone, just like the iPhone does. The Blackberry model also supports, MMS, video calls and a host of major instant messaging services. The dimensions of this phone are almost exactly the same as the iPhone. This phone is perfect for those who are looking for a phone that has familiar features yet incorporates the latest technologies found in new smartphones (such as those found on the iPhone).

(Hello Kitty) Swarovski Rhinestone Iphone Blackberry Bling Case

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 10-02-2010

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Your Sony Ericsson like an IPHONE 3G

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 09-02-2010

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w960i – w950i – m600i – p990i – p1i – p900i -g700i – g900i HOW TO CUSTOMISE UR SONY ERICSSON UIQ3 LIKE AN IPHONE !!! work with this all uiq phone: all u need to do that on this video! frenchanitya.blogspot.com iphone style soft : iphone theme (utz files ) iphone icons gdesk theme iphone gdesk (gdd files) iphone Ilock primetech contact “iphone contact” “iphone touchdial” “iphone safari style” = opera mini 4.1 google map ITS NOT A HACK How to do that ? Use just some good sofware how can i install a sofware ? A w960i is a smarphone ( UIQ3 symbian 9.1 ) = use it like a computer : * put ur software on the mobile phone (with usb connection or bluetooth connection ) (create a folder named “sofware” to find it more easily or put it where u want) * search on ur phone the folder and the software and click it ! * it ask u if u want install ! click YES ! * NOW u can find ur soft on the main menu with the others ones * it’s ready to use it (just click on it and enjoy) a smarphone is like a computer think like that so , u can ( like a computer ) : 1. dont use the soft 2. use it when u want , u need 3. and of course u can desinstall it

BlackBerry Storm vs iPhone 3G, Part 3 – Web

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 03-02-2010

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It’s the battle of the touchscreen heavyweights: The Apple iphone 3G takes on the first touchscreen blackberry, the Storm. In part three, Noah looks at Web browsing on both phones – and they both offer excellent mobile Web experiences. Ask Noah questions: www.phonedog.com More on iphone 3G @ www.phonedog.com

iPhone 3G Theme for Blackberry Storm

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 27-01-2010

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Follow: www.twitter.com Just a quick look at an iphone 3G inspired theme for the Storm. Here’s the link for the theme: www.bb.3mtb.com It is OTA PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!

Blackberry Pearl Vs the I-phone, Which is the Best Business Mobile?

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 24-01-2010

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Ding, ding… Round One: With the Blackberry 8820 coming soon to a store near you, all over the country Business people are facing the eternal business question… Should I switch to the trendy new iPhone or take the plunge and upgrade to the sexy new “Crackberry”Well if these two juggernauts are really going to go at it in the business arena, then best place to start is definitely Business Email. Right, BlackBerry is set up with Microsoft Exchange Server and sports the new fangled intelligent push email – the iPhone does not. Take that! So what does this mean to you? Well when email is sent to a BlackBerry, then your new phone message is downloaded instantly – then and an LED on the phone flashes to notify you that you have a new message. It’s all instantaneous and you don’t have to do a thing.

Meanwhile, the iPhone, on the other hand, recognizes new messages at very best only every 15 minutes (what!!!) and you also have to check to see if anything has arrived. Obviously the Blackberry wins here especially as the act of having to actively check for email means wasted battery usage as you have to open the iPhone’s email program every single time you wish to check to see if you have a new email…Kapow! Round one to Blackberry.

Round Two: Goes to the Blackberry as well… why because the the iPhone fails to synchronize as well. If a BlackBerry user chooses to change something such as a calendar event on your desktop computer in Exchange, well then the change will instantly appear on the BlackBerry phone. Obviously this just makes it a breeze to keep track of basic business information. So no more worries about outdated data or manually updating one’s handheld anymore – not thatnks to the Blackberry Syncing. Round Three: It’a knowck out…. Here’s a list of reasons to prefer the BlackBerry over the iPhone:

The iPhone doesn’t have the good old cut and paste capabilities, something we find unbelievable.

The BlackBerry’s phone quality is simply much, much… better than the iPhone’s

The BlackBerry possesses a contacts application that simply makes contacting people by any given method (eg: such as SMS, Email or to Call) heaps more convenient

The BlackBerry has GPS which definitely makes Google Maps a hell of a lot more useful.

Despite Apple’s long standing reputation for friendly user interface, the new BlackBerry possesses fantastic keyboard shortcuts that make navigation around and between applications truly a breeze

The Blackberry battery simply last longer. You see, the battery runs out much faster on the iPhone. This definitely makes it less reliable.

We almost forgot the price differential. The iPhone is a much more expensive device. At the end of the day it will simply cost you a lot more money…. And in these times that the final blow

Blackberry Storm Vs Iphone 3g: Will Rim’s Blackberry be Iphone Killer?

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 08-01-2010

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Recently I had published a side-by-side comparison of the iPhone 3G and T-Mobile G1 DVD Converter which evoked an interesting debate.(from:iphonehacks)

Here comes another side-by-side comparison of Apple’s iPhone 3G with RIM’s BlackBerry Storm, which is considered as another iPhone Killer.

BlackBerry Storm is expected to be released some time in November exclusively by Verizon in the US and Vodafone in UK.

Hardware Spec
Dimension:
Storm = 4.4 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches
iPhone 3G = 5.5 x 2.4 x 0.48 inches
Weight:
Storm = 155g
iPhone = 133g
Screen Size:
Storm = 3.2 inches
iPhone = 3.5 inches
Camera:
Storm = 3.2M pixel
iPhone = 2M pixel
Memory:
Storm = 1GB on board + 16GB expandable with MicroSD
iPhone = 8GB / 16GB (No expansion)
Battery:
Storm = 5.5hrs talk time / 360 hrs standby
iPhone = 5hrs talk time / 300 hrs standby

Unlike T-Mobile G1 that we have reviewed earlier, BlackBerry Storm “steals” the design and looks much like the iPhone 3G. However, it does not look as sleek as iPhone 3G. It’s a little bit thicker (0.14inches more) and heavier (22g more) than iPhone 3G. And, surprisingly, BlackBerry Storm does not come with Wi-Fi support or they probably consider Verizon’s 3G network is good enough.

BlackBerry Storm’s screen is also a little bit smaller (3.2 inch) as compared to iPhone 3G (3.5 inch), however it sports a slightly higher resolution (460×360 pixels) than iPhone 3G (460×360 pixels).

Winner: iPhone 3G

Tips: How to convert DVD to iPhone 3G


Input Method

With the success of iPhone’s multi-touch interface, touch is now the standard for any new smartphone. Like iPhone, Storm does not have physical slide-out keyboard and uses the screen as input, in fact its RIM’s first smartphone to feature a touch screen. However, RIM highlights that the touch technology developed on Storm is somewhat different to other touch screen smartphone available. RIM refers its touch technology as “Clickable Screen”. That means, when users press key on screen, they can actually feel the key pressed and release, just like you press the mouse button. They call it a game changing touch technology that makes on-screen keyboard more appealing.

Also, like T-Mobile G1, it will have built-in cut and paste capability across applications a feature missing from iPhone 3G.

Winner:Its difficult to call a winner on this one, until we get feedback from users on RIM’s touch technology. We love iPhone 3G’s revolutionary multi-touch interface.

Multimedia
Multimedia support is not the strong area of RIM smartphones, as they predominantly targets business users. Storm is developed with multiple support in mind to lure more casual users. Standard feature like music and video playback is included. A wide range of audio format (including MP3, AAC, WMA, etc) and video format (including MPEG4, WMV, etc). Storm also allows you to sync iTunes music files via BlackBerry Media Sync and has its own media software to manage your music.

iPhone 3G is the best iPod Apple has ever created. The music and video playback experience is awesome. And, Apple continues to update features like Genius Playlist into iPhone makes iPhone’s multimedia support nearly unbeatable. With its seamless integration with iTunes Store, you can download songs wirelessly or sync it between desktop using iTunes. iPhone 3G also supports a wide range of music formats but only plays Quick Time video.

Winner: iPhone 3G

Camera & Video Recording

Apple did not upgrade the camera in iPhone 3G, its still a basic 2 megapixel camera while Storm comes with 3.2 megapixel camera and includes video recording capability. Storm also includes a flash and auto focus for its camera.

Winner: BlackBerry Storm

Modem Capability
iPhone 3G does not support tethering and Apple tends to ban any applications in App Store that adds this capability. The only option you have is to jailbreak the iPhone and use jailbreak apps such as PDANet, iPhoneModem etc. BlackBerry Storm, on the other hands, comes with tethering built-in.

Winner: BlackBerry Storm
Tips:
How to convert DVD to Blackberry with Daniusoft DVD BlackBerry Converter?

Enterprise Feature

Apple has made quite a few strides to take market share from RIM in the enterprise area. iPhone 3G, with built-in support for Microsoft’s ActiveSync protocol, lets enterprise users to access Microsoft Exchange’s services. Also, it takes a great step forwards to support Cisco IPsec VPN, which is a standard in enterprise wireless security. Further, it incorporates a feature to let administrator to wipe data remotely, in case the iPhone is lost or stolen.

RIM is always the leader in enterprise wireless devices. Storm, by no means, continues to lead in this area. The enterprise support is outstanding that different security policies can be defined, such that administrator may enable or shutdown specific bluetooth profiles; and even, to disable its digital camera access.

Winner: BlackBerry Storm

To sum up, BlackBerry strikes a balance between business and causal use. It’s, by far, the sleekest BlackBerry; which should help RIM lure causal customers.

Is it another iPhone killer? Its difficult to conclude. iPhone 3G and BlackBerry both come with some unique features that neither have and they are positioned differently in the market.
However, I still fail to understand the omission of Wi-Fi in BlackBerry Storm, its true that BlackBerry is targeted at the business users who use it primarily for email, but still it seems like a major disadvantage over iPhone 3G.

As a consumer device, iPhone will definitely win thanks to the iPod application, its Safari browser which is easily the most advanced web browser on a portable device which makes browsing the internet on the iPhone a treat and overall for its cool factor. But if you turn to some business-savvy users and enterprise, BlackBerry is still the de-facto choice.

RIM has also not disclosed the pricing or the official shipping date.

You can checkout the demo video of BlackBerry Storm to get an overview:

BlackBerry Storm, T-Mobile G1 and soon to be released Nokia’s XpressMusic phone (Nokia’s first touch screen phone) might or might not end up being iPhone killers but they are healthy competition to Apple’s iPhone 3G that will ensure that Apple constantly innovates which in the end is beneficial for consumers like us.

Let us know which one is a winner from your point of view and why?