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New Blackberry Torch 9800

Whatever smartphones available in the market, BlackBerry always catches customers’ attention first so that they can not move their eyes to any other devices. It seems like the Blackberry Torch 9800 is on demand, which is yet to arrive later this year.

Even though, the long awaited BlackBerry 6 operating system (OS) has been announced by Research In Motion (RIM), that is running on the new Torch 9800 phone, BlackBerry fans are over excited to test the OS on the new device from RIM.

Running on its own OS BalckBerry 6, the Torch 9800 provides both the touchscreen and keyboard the best, browses the web much faster, featuring a bigger and content-friendly screen, offers the enterprise class security and device control and a more user-friendly experience.

If we analyze some features of the new BlackBerry Torch vs iPhones and Droid X, the Torch looks slightly bigger and heavier than the Bold 9700, but a little thicker and wider than the iPhone. Its screen size comparatively is small at 3.2 inches than the iPhone, Droid X. In case of its resolution, the Torch 9800 is also lower about 360×480 with 188 pixels per inch as compared to the iPhone with 326 ppi or the Droid X at 480 by 854 pixels.

Also, its processor is running at 624MHz is slower than the 1GHz processors of other phones. Even its battery life is comparatively lower, which offers 5.5 hours of talk time on GSM and 5.8 hours on UMTS vs 7 hours for the iPhone on 3G and 8 hours for the Droid X.

Despite all above disadvantages of the Torch 9800, it boasts of having dramatically improved web browser known as a webkit browser. The browser includes tabs for easy and quick access of internet, features book marks, add the site to your home screen, and share it via e-mail, text, Facebook, Twitter and more. The Social Feeds application brings together BlackBerry Messenger, Facebook, Twitter, AIM, Google Talk, MySpace, Windows Live Messenger and Yahoo Messenger. It has also an RSS feed within the app.

Besides, the device includes a 5 mp camera including a flash, autofocus, image stabilization and geotagging. The Torch also provides different scene modes like sports, portraits, etc with a finger swipe that lets you zoom in and out. It also comes with apps like BlackBerry podcasts, and it supports all of the mobile device management features supported by BES, BES Express, and BlackBerry Protect.

Finally, shortcomings never matter to BlackBerry fans and they always hold their breath to have latest BlackBerryexperiences and love all the devices from RIM.


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