Friday, August 05, 2011

BlackBerry® Torch™ 9810 Has The Goods For The Loyal Fans.

BlackBerry® Torch™ 9810
With the introduction of BlackBerry® Torch™ 9900 and BlackBerry® Torch™ 9860, there was a smaller cousin, BlackBerry® Torch™ 9810 smartphone, that also came to be, keeping up with the popular BlackBerry® Torch™ 9800 smartphone.
#TeamBlackBerry members in North America will be able to purchase the BlackBerry 9810 smartphone from AT&T, Bell, Telus and Rogers. (Pricing and availability has not been released yet) PS 9810 is $199.99 with select three year plans from Rogers so it cannot be much different from other carriers.
The phone is very impressive and comes with loads of features. 768MB RAM and 8GB(Expandable to 32GB) powered by a 1.2GHz processor exercising Blackberry OS 7 offers users from social networking to what Blackberry is known for, business communications.
It is sad to see a great company doing things too slow as I feel the whole line up of new phones are, bit too late.
Again from various forums, I learned, there are many users, waiting for the new Blackberrys. I am sure those who were put off by the pricing of the heftier cousins find solace in BlackBerry Torch 9810,
* High-resolution 640 x 480 (VGA) color display
* 3.2" (measured diagonally)
* Transmissive TFT LCD
* 253 ppi
* Over 16 million colors
* User-selectable font size
* 8 GB onboard memory
* 768 MB RAM
* Expandable memory with support for microSD memory cards up to 32 GB
* 802.11 b/g/n enabled
* WPA / WPA2 Personal and Enterprise
* Cisco CCX certified
* Wi-Fi® access to BlackBerry® Enterprise Server
* Wi-Fi access to BlackBerry® Internet Bundle
* Support for UMA (carrier-dependent)
* 5 MP camera
* HD video recording
* Flash
* 4X digital zoom
* Continuous auto focus
* Face detection
* Image stabilization
* Geo-tagging
* Multiple picture-taking modes
* Zero shutter lag
* Built-in GPS functionality
* Includes BlackBerry® Maps
* 1270 mAh removable/rechargeable lithium-ion battery
* Talk time: Up to 6.5 hours (GSM®), up to 5.9 hours (UMTS®)2
* Standby time: Up to 12.8 days (GSM), up to 12.3 days (UMTS)
* Music playback time: Up to 54 hours
* Video playback time: Up to 7 hours


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