Review: BlackBerry 9800 Torch
Research In Motion's new BlackBerry Torch is sure to stoke the fires of envy in the crackberry crowd, but how does it compare to Android and iPhone?
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Are you a BlackBerry addict? Is BlackBerry Messenger your life? Do touch screens turn you on? Do you need a physical keyboard for typing messages? If you answered yes to any of these questions, than it's likely Research In Motion's latest BlackBerry, the 9800 Torch, is right up your alley. The 9800 pairs RIM's strengths — those keyboards! that email! BBM! — with a new operating system and a slick new hardware design.
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Wi-LAN has filed a lawsuit against Research In Motion alleging that the BlackBerry maker is infringing on a single patent related to Bluetooth technology. Wi-LAN says a number of RIM's smartphones, such as the Bold, Pearl, Storm, and Torch, infringe on the patent.
To all the iOS4 and Android lovers out there...
I've loved BB for years, and this phone pleases me immensely. Let's get a CDMA version now! (hint hint)
hsdpa 7.2 or 3.6?
Do you know what it has on board?
According to phonescoop itself, the 9800 offers 3.6.
I love my new torch
the internet is ten times better than my 9700
and the virtual keyboard got it right 100 percent
the os is great