Updating your blackberry storm
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It even sounds like it could be 2010 now before one is available to you. Just in case any Black Berry Storm 9520 users were feeling a little left out in regards to the OS 5.0 release on Verizon.
Like the i Phone 3G, the phone has a built-in accelerometer which allows for the screen to automatically switch from portrait to landscape orientation depending on how the user is holding the device.
When in landscape mode, there is a full QWERY virtual keyboard.
Though completely flat, the virtual keyboard image is so sharp that it actually looks like separate keys.
Combine that with Sure Touch’s feedback and you just may forget that there isn’t really a keyboard present.