Verizon “wows” us with the Storm

Engadget today got a hold of an internal memo that tries to “wow” us with the features of the Blackberry Storm. Intended for NDA eyes only, the document reveals most of the specs for the phone. Lets see what we have now for the Storm:

  • 3.25-inch WITH 480 x 360 display (putting it slightly above the Bold)
  • EV-DO Rev. A
  • Quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE
  • 2100MHz UMTS/HSPA
  • 1GB onboard memory
  • Full QWERTY (landscape) and Suretype Input (portrait)
  • High Capacity microSD slot
  • 3.2 MP camera with auto-focus, flash, and 2X Zoom
  • Blackberry Device Software 4.7
  • OTA Software Loading
  • HTML Browser with support for attachment downloads and video streaming (via RTSP)
  • Editing of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint documents
  • Standalone and aGPS (does that mean, GASP, GPS is unlocked?)
  • Blackberry Media Sync (non-DRM iTunes media sync)
  • Visual Voicemail (available post-launch, bummer!)
  • Built-In Facebook/Flikr Support
  • Built-In IM support for Yahoo, Google, AOL, and Windows Messenger
  • Access to services such as BroadbandAccess, VZ navigator, VCast Music and Video, and VCast MobileTV
Wow! (yes we said it admittedly falling into Verizon’s marketing ploy). No date or pricing yet but we will keep you updated.
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