A tantalising hands-on video with the Blackberry Storm 2 has popped up online. We've talked about the specs before but this is the first time we've seen RIM's latest touchscreen lovely in action.
While not much has changed aesthetically since the original – there's new touch buttons at the bottom of the screen – it's all change under the hood.
The Blackberry Storm 2 has WiFi which was sadly lacking from the original storm and the much derided clickable touchscreen has been tweaked. Better feedback should mean you won't end up with bruised fingers this time.
The touchscreen won't click while the Blackberry Storm 2 is switched off but will when it's turned on. Spooky. There's also 2GB of onboard storage and the usual SD-card support.
Keep your peepers pointed at Stuff.tv for more news on the coming Storm.