Sunday, February 6, 2011

Blackberry Torch 9800 Smartphone

Although being far behind in terms of market share, RIM is working really hard to produce quality smartphones which are equally useful for business as well as non-business consumers. BlackBerry Torch 9800 is a step ahead to further strengthen the business consumer market-share of RIM.

As we have already seen a booming competition between the iPhone, HTC and Motorola Droids, the new RIM smartphones are going to fuel up the fire. The sleek design, bundles of apps and some ultra high resolution display makes iPhone a true market leader but in previous few months, Samsung and HTC have challenged the No.1 position of iPhone with their very best Android devices. RIM BlackBerry Torch is going to weaken the iPhone position a step more.

The phones come with a slider which after sliding reveals a QWERTY keyboard. Keys are well-placed and well-shaped indeed as the usual BlackBerry style. Keys cannot easily be pressed with thumbs when you handle it in both hands. When you look at the screen, it’s non-dramatic truly. The 3.2 inches with 360×480 pixels resolution provides the necessary deal but display size is relatively small especially when you are going to compete with Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and HTC Desire.

Look at main features of BlackBerry Torch 9800:

  • 4 GB storage with microSD support
  • 512 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM
  • 5 MP camera with VGA video
  • BlackBerry OS 6.0
  • 624 MHz processor
  • Optical trackpad

The touch experience is not very good with the Torch 9800 as it lacks basic support from processor which is a bit slow. The keyboard is bit smaller but it works fine when you get used to it. The OS is bit easy than the previous version and provide BlackBerry business apps in efficient manner. But overall, the phone is not a next-generation device and definitely comes in nowhere when being competed with iPhone and Galaxy phones.

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