Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry Torch 9810 / Torch 2
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20 March 2015
Summary: RIM's -- the first BlackBerry to offer both a touch screen and a hardware keyboard -- debuted last year to decent reviews but a tepid reaction from shoppers. It was a solid device, but one that failed to win over shoppers more interested in the and .
Excerpt: In 2010, Research In Motion claimed that the its Blackberry Torch 9800 was the "Best Blackberry ever", but it looks like that could soon be about to change. Enter the "Blackberry Torch 2 9810", RIM's next-gen slider smartphone with bumped up specs.
Summary: Overall opinion: Fast, nicely designed, great resolution and terrific entertainment or streaming options. We have to agree with the staffer/owner of the model in hand: It’s a brilliant model for those who use it for both personal and professional reasons. Nicely done, RIM.
Excerpt: This phone is nice step up for loyal Blackberry enthusiasts (without the price increase) and for those needing a strong messaging device. As a Blackberry device it's a bit sparse on apps, and the camera quality wasn't the standout feature you'd expect for the price.
Pros: Easy to use and navigate, Battery is easy to remove, Slim handset, Helpful instruction manual
Cons: Can’t customize panels like you can on other devices, Low camera quality, Casing is hard to remove
Summary: If you're a slider fan but felt the original BlackBerry Torch to be underpowered, you owe it to yourself to at the very least, put this device in your hands and take it for a spin. It's a solid, faster Torch experience and as much as we hate to repeat ourselves, is what the original BlackBerry Torch...
Conclusion: It feels like we’re going over old ground, but the BlackBerry Torch 9810 remains a great phone for the fundamentals and email. If that’s what you’re looking for, in a solid, sturdy design, the Torch 9810 is a great choice.