“According to a source very close to the issue, Verizon has given the go for RIM to release the BlackBerry Storm 2 in September of this year,” Steven Grady reports for SlahsGear.
“SlashGear has been told that the new Storm 2 addresses one of the biggest criticisms of the first smartphone and of Verizon devices in general, in that it will support WiFi,” Grady reports.
“We wonder if RIM and Verizon will make any changes to the touchscreen, a common point of complaint for the first-gen devices; comments [our source] dropped lead us to believe WiFi isn’t the only thing RIM and Verizon have up their sleeve with the Storm 2,” Grady reports.
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