If you are reviewing RIM's previous and modern handsets, you will notice one of the special features. This is a full QWERTY keyboard on most of their handsets. One handset is slightly unique over the rest. This is 9810. Unlike other RIM models, this is a slider. When you push the screen on the phone and show it the familiar input method. However, a unique handset in a Canadian phone manufacturer is no longer these slides. It released a smartphone with unexpected design. This is the Blackberry Torch 9860. This phone surprised everyone.
From Curve to Bold, all these types of sports QWERTY keyboard under its screen. This offered to enter ease when it comes to chat, email and type of email. However, this came at one cost. The company in Canada had to sacrifice equipment handset with smaller screens.
With a competitive handset like iPhone 4, more real estate was available. This enabled users to enjoy more videos, images, apps, games, and the web. A larger screen also meant no space for the keys. Therefore, these phones offer only touch screen interfaces. These days, this is what people are looking for. Does this mean RIM will be left?
With the Blackberry Torch 9860, users can enjoy all that RIM has to offer in the touchscreen. This new smartphone does not come with any physical keys below the screen. It comes with a 3.7 inch TFT capacitive panel.
This screen not only offers a touchscreen. It offers more resolution compared to other models. It offers 480 x 800 pixels of resolution. This means you will enjoy rich and lively colors on a larger screen. Capture images will look great. You must enjoy watching high-definition videos recorded from a 5 megapixel camera phone.
The Blackberry Torch 9860 can be downloaded at speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps and upload at speeds of up to 5.76 Mbps. With lightning speed and a larger tablet, you will enjoy more web pages. You will get to read the latest news and RSS feeds. You will also enjoy more of your favorite social media, such as Facebook and Twitter. Finally, you'll enjoy more from streaming video from the web.
With Blackberry Torch 9860, you'll definitely enjoy more of RIM exclusively touch screen smartphone.
Source by Sethe Gomez