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Clash Of The Touch-Screen Titans: BlackBerry Storm vs. T-Mobile G1 vs. Apple iPhone

How does the BlackBerry Storm, RIM's first ever touch-screen smart phone, stack up against its touch-screen rivals the T-Mobile G1 and the Apple iPhone 3G? Here, we pit the devices head-to-head-to-head in 14 different categories to determine the true touch-screen titan.

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With all of the multimedia capabilities being wrapped into smart phones these days, users require a good chunk of memory to store songs, music and data. All three touch screen titans offer an adequate amount, but the devil is in the details.

The Storm offers 1 GB of onboard memory storage and a microSD/SDHD memory card slot to support up to 16 GB of additional storage. The G1 comes to the table with a 1 GB preloaded microSD card, which is expandable up to 8 GB. The Apple iPhone 3G starts at a base 8 GB for the cheaper model, while for $100 more doubles that to 16 GB.

When it comes to storage, the Apple iPhone 3G saves the day, offering the largest amount for multimedia-crazed gadget lovers to save their stuff.

Winner: Apple iPhone 3G (pictured)

 
 
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