Crackberry.com has posted what they believe to be the final specs for the US version of the Storm. This Berry will first be released to the CDMA World on Verizon Wireless. Which makes sense in light of the high speed connection problems plaguing the Bold. I think it is safe to say that Verizon’s Network is fairly stable these days. While this is not the first time that we have heard most of this information, it never hurts to hear it so matter-of-factly. So without further Ado:
For the record, it should be known that I do plan on picking one of these up the day that it comes out, so please forgive me for acting like a child on Christmas.
EVDO Rev A: (1900/800 MHz) GSM/GPRS/EDGE: (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) UTMS/HSDPA/HSUPA: 2100MHZ WiFi: None Size: 112.52 x 62.2 x 13.95 mm Screen 3.25 ” HVGA+ 480×360 Multi-touch, Gesture Touch Battery: 1400mAh (removable! take that iPhone!) Memory: 1GB flash for media/ 192 meg ram Camera: 3.2 MP camera, vanity mirror, no flash Audio: 3.5mm jack, bluetooth stereo, Rhapsody OTA purchase and tethered subscription capable Browser: Every feature the IPhone safari webkit has, minus support for tabs. No flash support.
Wait a minute… No Flash Support? You have got to be kidding me! It feels like I have been waiting years for this and RIM decides not to put flash capabilities? What the heck? But wait rumors are now floating around that the GSM version will come with Flash support. This had better not be the work of Verizon Wireless, that’s all I have to say.