BlackBerry Storm 3 Video Out; Details Revealed

April 21, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have been bringing to you loads of info on the upcoming BlackBerry Storm 3 s smartphone. The device that had been in the works  never gave us all the details as to what all it would incorporate within itself. Even as we stay on wait and watch mode, we now get to stumble upon a video that seems to detail the device.

Based on the video featuring the BlackBerry Storm 3, we tend to believe that the software incorporated in the phone still needs some kind of betterment. Well, as you know this upcoming device had been under a confused identity for some time.

It was referred to as Monaco or Monza  and, of course, the Storm 3. The device also carries the moniker of the BlackBerry Touch 9860. The Storm prefix, however, adds some sort of credibility to the device as of now.

This third generation handset in the Storm series runs OS 6.1 beta and is expected to feature a 1.2 GHz processor. The display will be of high-resolution WVGA of 3.7-inch. The phone is also expected to come equipped with 768MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage as well as a microSD card slot of 32GB.

The smartphone’s 5-megapixel camera is said to be capable of recording HD video and is placed on the rear. The device also offers support for Bluetooth 2.1.

Yet another video providing details of the BlackBerry Storm 3 was released earlier this week.  But if you have noticed, you will know the original video post has since been removed by YouTube in no time. However, the latest follow up video has brought out the elementary features incorporated in the smartphone.

Take a look below and tell us what more do you expect.

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