Finally the U.S. got a taste of the Blackberry Storm and I have seen many reviews of the Storm out there, some good some bad, but I had not seen one as complete like the guys at Phonewreck.com. They have posted on their blog a full and thorough review, even gone as far as taking the Storm apart to give us an inside look to what RIM has cooked up inside the Storm. This was done probably almost as fast as the iPhone was cracked open on YouTube by some guy using a hammer, but taking the phone apart seems to be a bit of a challenge according to the guys over at Phonewreck.com due to quite a bit of the screws that are placed on hidden areas.
Based on the pictures and what the guys have described, RIM has crammed in a lot of circuitry on this device in such a small space. If you plan on opening the Storm by yourself than you better think twice as your device may not come out scratch free…or even worse you may risk damaging your device. So it’s probably not a good idea to try this if you have no idea or never done this before.
It seems RIM really did a good job with this device being their first touch screen, but the device has room for a lot of improvements in the way some of the touch screen functionality works. For more pictures and a complete review of the inside of the storm follow the link to Phonewreck.com.