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Verizon's BlackBerry Storm Has 10 More Power Features than iPhone

As the media blitz heats up people are comparing the BlackBerry Storm to the iPhone 3G.  RIM was really smart when it designed the BlackBerry Storm and carefully added features the IPhone does not have:

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  • Camera: The BlackBerry Storm has a 3.2 Megapixel camera with video capabilites - iPhone has no video and is 2 megapixel.
  • Keyboard: The Black Berry Storm has a clickable touchscreen keyboard - no touchy feed back on the iPhone
  • Stereo Bluetooh:The BlackBerry Storm has stereo Bluetooth for music listening - only mono for iPhone
  • Removable Memory:  Expandable microSD memory on the BlackBerry Storm, lets it go up to 16 gigabytes and it can be removed while iPhone maxes out at 16 which can't be removed. Note microSD cards keep getting cheaper, it makes the BlackBerry Storm, slightly cheaper for 16 gigabytes.
  • Copy Cats Rejoice: The BlackBerry Storm has the ability to copy and paste - none on iPhone yet.
  • Very Compatico with Microsoft:
    The BlackBerry Storm has the ability to deal with Microsoft Office
    products much better than the iPhone, it comes with software to view
    and edit documents in Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
  • Higher Screen Resolution - the BlackBerry Storm screen has been called stunning with 480-by-360 pixel resolution at 184 ppi while the iPhone is 480-by-320-pixel resolution at 163 ppi.
  • Built in GPS with Turn by Turn Directions - for GPS the BlackBerry Storm has more detailed directions than the iPhone.
  • Removable Battery -
    the BlackBerry Storm's battery can be removed.  Batteries do die after
    use and the iPhone has to be sent back to Apple while customers can buy
    a new batter and replace themselves.  They can also swap out batteries
    as needed on the Storm.

Who wins the iPhone vs. BlackBerry
Storm debate? The choice is up to you.  It looks like RIM really wants
to take the market by storm.

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