Phone Review: BlackBerry Torch 9810

BlackBerry Torch 9810
In this Review, I will talk about the BlackBerry Torch 9810 from RIM.

RIM attempted to take back its place in the smartphone market by introducing the BlackBerry Torch 9800 last year, but unfortunately due to lack of hardware and software capabilities, the BlackBerry Torch 9800 quite didn’t get what it was made for. This year, RIM has returned with its new set in the line of Torch phones, which the company is now calling BlackBerry Torch 9810. The new phone features some hardware improvements and a new OS to give you a fresh new feel. The main question still remains though; will this phone be enough to bring back RIM all that glory it has lost in the Smartphone market? Read on the review to find out more.

To kick start my review, I will discuss the BlackBerry Torch 9810 features and design.

For those who thought that the BlackBerry Torch 9810 will feature a brand new look, we have bad news; this phone looks exactly the same as its predecessor. The only thing changed in the design is that it now features a better color scheme. The size and weight of the phone remains the same as well and it also gives you a feel that you are holding a plastic brick in your hand. The very first improvement that you will notice in this phone is that it now features a better display. RIM has chugged in a 3.2 inches display which thankfully boasts a high VGA resolution of 480×640 pixels. One other notable change in the hardware is its new 5 megapixels camera, which can also now shoot videos in 720p resolution. Slide the battery cover down and you face another bad news, the Torch 9810 features a inferior battery that has been reduced to 1270 mAH capacity.

To finish off my review, I would say that the BlackBerry Torch 9810 is exactly what we had expected from the first phone. The Torch 9810 looks a bit too inferior for its price when now a days most of the phones in this range are now capable of handling applications with their Dual Core processors. The Torch 9810 also looks pretty much exactly the same as its predecessor, so the only thing you are getting here is a better OS experience. If you have already got the Torch 9800, this phone gives very little reason to upgrade.

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