BlackBerry Torch 9800 (Unlocked Quadband) GSM Smartphone




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BlackBerry Torch 9800 (Unlocked Quadband) GSM Smartphone

Offers both a touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard; BlackBerry OS 6 brings improvements such as a better user interface, universal search, and an improved browser and multimedia experience. The slider phone--a first for RIM--brings together a touchscreen and physical keyboard into a solid, compact design. The new OS brings some much-needed and welcome additions, including a better browser, an enhanced multimedia experience, and improved user interface. Sure, in the grand scheme of things, none of this is new but at least it puts RIM back on track. On front, the Torch features a 3.2-inch half-VGA (480 x 360 at 188 pixels per inch) capacitive touchscreen. Overall, the display is clear and bright enough for reading text and viewing Web pages, photos, and video. However, compared to many of today's smartphones, such as the HTC Droid Incredible and Samsung Captivate, the difference in resolution is noticeable and Torch's screen falls a bit flat.

PACKAGE CONTENTS:

* BlackBerry Torch 9800 (Unlocked Quadband) GSM Smartphone
* User Manual
* Travel Charger
* Battery
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