updated 01:55 pm EDT, Mon September 15, 2008
BBerry Storm Data Sheet
A sales sheet for the BlackBerry Storm has appeared on Monday and confirms most of the details of the anticipated iPhone rival. True to expectations, the Storm should have both CDMA and GSM to support world roaming as well as a unique touchscreen produces a tactile click when pressed, providing the physical feedback normally absent from touch phones but without using a vibration feedback system as with other attempts at solving the problem.
The first touch BlackBerry will also have Research in Motion's highest-resolution screen "ever" and a 3.2-megapixel camera. Verizon will customize the phone with its own Visual Voice Mail system and should support the phone's GPS for VZ Navigator.
Launch details are absent on the sheet, which primarily contains talking points for staff and isn't directly focused on customers. The Storm is known to be slated for a fall release but may not be released until late in the year following a reported multi-week delay that may put its release into mid-November.