Smartphone showdown: iPhone vs. BlackBerry Storm

How Verizon's newest smartphone stacks up against the industry leader.
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Not content to stand by while AT&T , T-Mobile and Sprint generate all the wireless hype, Verizon says it will be supporting Research in Motion's BlackBerry Storm smartphone on its network. The new device, which RIM says has a "clickable" screen that simulates the feel of a physical keyboard, can connect to either EV-DO Rev. A or HSPA 3G cellular networks and features 1GB of onboard memory storage and a card slot that allows for up to 16GB of additional storage. In this slideshow, we'll compare the BlackBerry Storm to Apple's iPhone, which is currently the smartphone standard, and see how they stack up in terms of call quality, data coverage, price and more.

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