This successor to RIM’s first touchscreen phone, the BlackBerry Storm, boasts of an improved piezo-laden touchscreen display, WiFi connectivity, increased 2GB internal memory, and a more sleek over-all design. The BlackBerry Storm 2 is retailing for a very reasonable price of just $199.99 on a 3-yr contract, $499.99 on a 2-yr contract, $549.99 for a single year, and a high of $599.99 sans any contract. Telus is also bundling it with a 16GB microSD card, but don’t expect this baby to work nicely with their HSPA+ network as this version of the Storm 2 is only compatibility with Telus’ CDMA infrastructure.
With RIM’s latest touchscreen phone offering now available in Canada, the question now is will you guys be getting yourself a BlackBerry Storm 2 9550 this holiday season? You can find out more about the Storm 2 over here.