It is really no secret that the BlackBerry Storm 2 is coming to Verizon even though RIM nor Verizon has officially announced the device.  An official announcement, however, hasn’t kept Verizon CEO, Lowell C. McAdam, from telling the New York Times that he has been carrying around a BlackBerry Storm 2 for a few weeks.

Lowell C. McAdam, the chief executive of Verizon Wireless, has been carrying the revamped device for a few weeks, looking for any evidence that this time it will catch on. Mr. McAdam said that while he was recently visiting the Verizon store in New York’s SoHo district, he started talking to a couple of students from New York University who were shopping for cellphones.

It is expected that the  BlackBerry Storm 2 will be announced is within the next couple of days. Even though the first BlackBerry Storm received overwhelmingly poor marks (for good reason) in just about every review it received, it still sold well over a million units.  The Storm 2, on the other hand, has received quite a bit of praise, so, it will be interesting to see just how well it does.  I am guessing that it will do extremely well…

What do you think?