As we have seen in recent analyst reports, RIM's marketshare is increasing as they continue to support and promote consumer-focused features like video capture, enjoyable web browsing, and style. RIM is now getting closer and closer to launching their first ever touch screen-enabled device, the BlackBerry Storm, and CrackBerry.com has the latest news on this device that appears to be coming soon to Verizon.
They posted a video of the Verizon BlackBerry 9530 (aka Storm) announcement video that was given out to Verizon Wireless employees and also a PDF of the talking points/Q&A so you can find out just about everything you wanted about the Storm. Specifications of this new BlackBerry device include a high resolution touch screen with "click" technology, quad-band functionality (sounds like GSM world support), 3.2 megapixel camera with video support, visual voicemail, and integrated GPS. You will soon be able to find out more details at www.verizonwireless.com/storm. No release dates or pricing information is yet available.