BlackBerry Torch 9800 Gets Reviewed By Engadget And CrackBerry

RIM officially launched its latest smartphone, BlackBerry Torch 9800, few days ago at an event in New York. This handset has a touchscreen display as well as a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. BlackBerry Torch 9800 comes with a 5 megapixel camera, 3G Connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, 3.5mm headset jack, GPS with BlackBerry Maps, 4 GB internal memory, 32GB expandable memory and much more. The guy at Engadget and CrackBerry recently posted an amazing review of this device. Check out the exclusive review of the latest BlackBerry smartphone below.

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According To Engadget, “The Torch seems sluggish, underpowered, and dated from a hardware design standpoint, and BlackBerry 6, despite its new features and polish, still feels woefully behind the curve. To call the Torch the “best BlackBerry ever” wouldn’t be an understatement, but unfortunately for RIM and the faithful, their best isn’t nearly good enough.”

According to CrackBerry, “The Torch is a welcome addition to the BlackBerry family. The vertical sliding form factor really suits the BlackBerry experience, and with the Torch 9800 RIM has delivered a consumer product that not only puts the best of everything BlackBerry into one device. Between the sliding action of the hardware and the touchscreen experience on BlackBerry 6, the Torch 9800 is not just the best BlackBerry to date, but also the one that is the most fun to use.”

Head over to this post for Engadget’s review or you can even check out the CrackBerry’s exclusive review here.

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