When it comes to product introduction, Research in Motion (RIM) has always taken on a modest approach. Over the last two years, two significant BlackBerry devices have been introduced, namely the BlackBerry Bold 9000 and its successor, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 . But departing from the usually trodden path, the company has progressed beyond its QWERTY keyboard association with the unveiling of its first touchscreen device, the BlackBerry Storm 9500.
The Storm, however, was a step too soon for RIM. Plagued with problems related to its usability and its SurePress feature, the Storm, for the lack of a better word, wasn't that much of a storm as it is a drizzle on our expectations. Learning from one's mistake is the mark of a successful product. And that will be duly explored with this full review of the BlackBerry Storm2 9520.