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The Black Berry Storm 9500 does not include the CDMA module and is destined for use outside North America.However, the Black Berry Storm only has European, Oceania, Asia and Brazil UMTS and HSDPA frequency bands.noted the Storm's much-improved web browser and impressive call quality, while also deeming the Sure Press touchscreen difficult to learn and a hindrance to fast typing.
The 9530 is not compatible with AT&T Mobility's 3G UMTS/HSDPA network because its UMTS transceiver only works at 2.1 GHz which is a frequency not used in the United States for UMTS, but the Black Berry Storm will still work over the slower EDGE network in the United States and respective EDGE network from Rogers Communications in Canada.
The device features 1GB of onboard memory, 128MB of NVRAM and an expandable memory slot support for a micro SD card of up to an additional 32GB.
Verizon Wireless, Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility include a preinstalled 8 GB micro SD card on board.
it was RIM's first touchscreen device, and its first without a physical keyboard.
It featured a touchscreen that responded like a button via Sure Press, Research In Motion haptic feedback technology.