New Blackberry’s Find new 4G homes
Among all the excellence in the smart phone world lately with announcements like the Nexus Prime and the iPhone 4S it hard to take the newly launched Blackberries seriously, with that being said the new Torch 9810 is finding its way into the real world. Blackberry took to the streets earlier this year with the launch of three new flagship models. The new models, the 9900 and 9930 Blackberry Bold, the 9850 9860 Blackberry Torch and a revision of the QWERTY Torch with the 9810. While the announcement was a bit underwhelming in regard to specs and operating systems the new Berries will soon be readily available to more potential end users.
If you’re a T-Mobile customer your fresh Blackberry options include the Bold, the Curve and now the new 9810 Torch. TMo has officially announced they will be making the Blackberry Torch 9810 device available to their customers come November 9th. While it’s not an iPhone 4 made official for the carrier, this has got to impress some of magenta’s customer’s right? The new Blackberry Torch 9810 as unexciting as it may be is a work horse. The vertical slider opens its 3.2 inch touch screen with a 480 x 640 pixel resolution to expose a full QWERTY keyboard. Internally it runs a single core 1.2 GHz processor that is backed by 768 MB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. The 9810 also comes equipped with expandable microSD memory, a 5 mega pixel camera with LED flash that can record video in 720p HD. The Torch 9180 uses the latest in Blackberry OS version 7 and can easily connect to the companies HSPA+ network and offer up 4G speeds. While it’s no iPhone the Torch 9810 can surely stand on its own.
While the magenta carrier adds an additional berry to its lineup, it’s soon to be owners are as well, Ma’ Bell has just expanded their Blackberry line up as well. At&t have announced the additions of the Blackberry Curve 9360, Torch 9860 and Bold 9900. The Torch 9860 and Bold 9900 will be made available in the coming weeks on November 6th while the Curve 9360 will show face on store shelves come November 20th. The Bold and the all touch screen Torch 9860 will use At&t’s HSPA+ 4G capable data connectivity while the new Curve will be 3G only. The Curve 9360 is the entry level Blackberry but comes with all you need to stay in touch. Its screen measures in a 2.4 inches and rocks a 480×360 pixel resolution. You can also expect a 5 mega pixel camera, expandable microSDHC memory, GPS, Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 2.1 and an 800 MHz CPU that makes it all go. The newest Torch 9860 is an all touch screen device that sports a 3.7 inch WVGA screen with a 480×800 resolution screen. Internally the device is run by Blackberry OS 7 and gets its go from a 1.2 GHz processor. It also includes a 5 mega pixel camera, 8GB of internal memory and 768 MB of RAM. The new Bold 9900 is the most impressive out of the bunch. It comes equipped with both a 2.8 inch touch screen and a legendary RIM full QWERTY keyboard. Internally it runs with a 1.2 GHz processor, 768 MB of RAM and 8 GB of internal memory.
So At&t and T-Mobile have expanded their Blackberry offerings, are you interested? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think of the new Blackberry devices. And be sure to check out our Blackberry accessories here.AT&T, Torch 9810, Curve 9360, Torch 9860, HSPA+