Phone Review: BlackBerry Torch 9850

BlackBerry Torch 9850
In this review, I will talk about the BlackBerry Torch 9850 by RIM.

RIM recently unleashed a new set of phones for their Torch line, and this is just another set that improves on the same formula offered in the Torch Phones. Almost 3 years ago, Apple. Unfortunately for RIM, the Storm was not good enough to match the quality and power of the newly introduced iPhone at that time. RIM quickly decided to launch another Storm phone to fight back with the Apple device, but it failed yet again. Since then and now, RIM has been coming up with different phones to fight back not only Apple, but Android too, which has become the new king in the smartphone market. Read on the review to find out more.

To start my review, I will discuss the features and design of the phone.

The BlackBerry Torch 9850 is a phone that looks like it will finally end the losing streak of RIM in the smartphone battle. This phone is the company’s latest take on full touchscreen smartphone. As far as the design of the phone goes, it actually looks like a cheaper version of the Storm phones, but because its lighter then both of them, we will forgive it. One of the most striking features about this phone is its display, which is also the most powerful display ever to hit a BlackBerry Phone. The 3.7’’ touchscreen features a resolution of 480 x 800 WVGA, which is quite a lot for a BlackBerry standard phone. In addition to the standard trackpad, RIM has finally included some more buttons to help in navigation, much like its rival Android’s.

Moving further down the review, the Torch 9850 not only boasts its first ever most powerful display in a BlackBerry phone, it now also comes with a significantly powerful processor at 1.2 GHZ, paired with 768 MB of RAM. This directly affects the overall performance of the phone which now feels a lot lag free, and thanks to RIM for including the new OS, the experience is ever much better. The Torch 9850 also features a much better camera at 5 megapixels, which will prove anyone wrong who thinks BlackBerry isn’t good for taking photos.

To finish off my review, I would say that if you are a big fan of RIM’s BlackBerry sets; this is one phone which actually stands out from the company’s other offerings, which gives you plenty of reasons to upgrade your already owned RIM device.

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