Torch BlackBerry 9800 - RIM's New Design

Written By John Mitt Sam on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 | 8:52 AM

Finally arrived! RIM today officially announced its cooperation with AT & T to bring the latest BlackBerry phone models, Torch 9800! After launching the BlackBerry Bold 9700 (Onyx), RIM is a bit slow in presenting a new model.

Torch BlackBerry 9800 comes with a slightly different shape compared to other models. Torch uses a slide model equipped with a touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard.

Torch BlackBerry 9800 comes with 3.2 inch touch screen with a resolution of 360 x 480. Previously, RIM had issued a product which is equipped with touch screen. The product is called the BlackBerry Storm.

Feeling the camera that brought BlackBerry devices have been less good? RIM is trying to fix their mistakes for this through a 5MP camera that is paired in the Torch 9800. The camera is also equipped with features flash, auto focus, image stabilization, and geo-tagging.

RIM adds product line that supports 3G connections via Torch 9800. Other models have supported the 3G connection is a model of the BlackBerry Bold.

Torch BlackBerry 9800 is equipped with 512MB flash memory, 4GB on-board memory, and microSD / SDHC memory card slot (up to 32GB). This device also comes with a built-in GPS and Wi-Fi (802.11 b / g / n). This product is already using the latest OS, BlackBerry 6.

Torch new BlackBerry 9800 will be marketed on August 12, 2010 later in the United States. RIM is working with AT & T in marketing this product. They will market the Torch 9800 with USD200 price (not including contract data package).


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