Blackberry Torch 9800

The Blackberry Torch launches its new model that features Blackberry 6 OS. It maintains the common BlackBerry features but spanking new tools are added to mobile communications arsenal. It features a Tri-band 3G connectivity via AT&T's HSDPA/UMTS network (850/1900/2100 MHz bands; 3.6/7.2 Mbps speeds with network availability) and quad-band EDGE support for the option of voice service in more than 220 countries coupled with data service in over 195 countries as well as 3G connectivity in over 125 countries which include Japan and South Korea. For access to home and corporate networks as well as hot spots, a Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g/n) is provided. It comes with a large 3.2-inch touch-enabled display having 360 x 480-pixel resolution, 65K color depth, light sensor, proximity detection, and accelerometer. Also, it features a back lit slide-down 35-key full QWERTY keyboard for an optimal balanced typing. It has GPS navigation capabilities via AT&T Navigator service that include a clear audible turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic updates, and re-routing options.

It has a tremendous 4GB internal storage that can be expanded via micro SD card slot up to 32 GB and is run by a powerful 624 Mhz processor. Blackberry Torch 9800 has Wi-Fi Music Sync for iTunes or Windows Media Player music libraries viewing or create and edit playlists, and choose music for download. For communication headset and hands-free car kits, it features Bluetooth connectivity (version 2.1). The A2DP Bluetooth profile is also included for wireless streaming of music. Blackberry Torch is equipped with a 5-megapixel camera with flash and further features continuous auto focus, image stabilization, scene modes, geo-tagging and zoom. It has likewise the capability to capture videos up to 640 x 480-pixel resolution. This powerful unit merely weighs 5.68 ounces and measures only 4.37 x 2.44 x 0.57 inches and 5.8 x 2.44 x 0.57 inches when it is open. Its battery life lasts up to 5.8 hours of talk time and up to 432 hours (18 days) of standby time.

Posted 2010-09-10 and updated on Sep 30, 2010 10:27pm by richard opinion

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