I can’t remember the last time I wanted a cell phone as bad as I wanted the Blackberry Storm.


I anxiously awaited the arrival of the best phone ever.  And a few months ago, it finally came, and my trusty Blackberry Curve took a seat.


I will admit it, I lived in denial for about 3 months.  Sure, the screen moved a little bit slow, but who cares, this screen is sweet!  Man this battery life sucks, but going online with the Storm is wayyyyy better than the Curve!  Here are some of my other gripes:

  • The camera seriously takes forever to take a picture.
  • The screen is supposed to turn whenever you rotate the phone, and it randomly decides when it feels like actually doing it.
  • The phone would freeze at minimum once a day, forcing me to take out the battery and rebooting.
  • It’s heavy.
  • The screen gets all fingerprint-y, and it’s gross.

I could go on forever baby (talking like that guy from the old movies in the "Home Alone" series).

So what did I do?  I officially went back to the Curve on Tuesday, and haven’t had one problem with it, and it’s at least a year and a half old.

Mike at Chronic Dawgs got the Storm the same day I did, and he loves it.  I’m challenging him to write a rebuttal as to why the phone is good, and not a lame "I’m old but trying to be cool" version of the iPhone.

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